DTM Soft Updates DTM Data Modeler - a CASE Tool for Database Design

Moscow, Russian Federation (PressExposure) October 22, 2007 -- Data Modeler is a tool for visual database design. Database design is one of the most important stages in the process of developing and maintaining a database. A well designed database structure ensures reliability and high performance for business applications. DTM Data Modeler helps developers to create a new data model as well as perform reverse engineering for an existing database. The program can retrieve information not only about tables and relationships, but also about indexes, triggers, stored procedures and other database objects.

Generating a set of SQL statements according to the created model is a crucial stage in the project. Data Modeler offers several methods of data generation: all objects, only new objects, recreate, etc. Also, the program allows you to select only part of objects or their groups for generation. The program supports DBMS-dependent templates for SQL statements in order to ensure maximal flexibility and the support of SQL dialects.

Data Modeler is a visual tool. It supports the classic IDEF1X notation for data modeling. DTM Data Modeler is distributed electronically over the Internet; free demo version is available at http://www.sqledit.com/dm for evaluation.

DTM soft is a well-known software company specializing in developing database processing and reporting utilities. The company signature is remarkable simplicity and efficiency of all software titles DTM soft has developed and r eleased. DTM Data Modeler is the latest addition to the company's database processing software product line that includes titles like DTM Data Generator, DTM Schema Reporter, DTM Data Editor, DTM Migration Kit, etc. More information about these products can be found at

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Press Release Submitted On: October 21, 2007 at 11:48 am
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