Re: Non Oracle UML question

Khe downloaded it and found an interesting bug immediately ;)
I have many similar schemas with the same structure for testing
purposes and they all can see each other because of DBA role.

So as a result for a table I got following FK constraint generation statement

ALTER TABLE CMIS_DB2.IRA_ADOPCIJAS
  ADD CONSTRAINT FK_RADP_KAIM FOREIGN KEY
(RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID,RADP_KAIM_ID)
  REFERENCES 
CMIS_DB4.KLS_AKT_IEMESLI(KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID,KAIM_ID)
/

But I only have 4 schemas (with identical constraint name) so the tool
multiplies not only with 4 ;)))

Gints


2006/2/27, Clarke, Andrew <andrew.clarke@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> It's not a UML tool but Schemester is free and a heck of a lot better at
> modelling databases than Visio: http://www.schemester.co.uk/
>
> If you do have Vision already and you want to add UML capability Pavel Hruby
> has free ones on his web site:
> http://www.phruby.com/index.html
>
> Cheers, APC
>
>
>
> A P Clarke
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> Subject: Non Oracle UML question
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Sorry for the non Oracle specific question but I was wondering what you guys
> out there were using to build models (LDMs, PDMs etc.) ?
>
> I would prefer cheap or free tools if possible but any recommendations would
> be great.
>
> TIA
>
> Lee
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