I use it and can recommend it. It is actively developed/maintained (the
updates are free). There is very basic support of 7.3 schemas in the
new version for instance... And the development team is very responsive,
if you don't like or missing something write them...


On Sun, 2 Feb 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Has anyone seriously tried out this package?
> It looks like a "cheaper variant on ERWin," with the merit of having
> some PostgreSQL support.
> It only runs on WinTel, which is somewhat unfortunate, but I haven't
> gotten the sort of diagramming I have been looking for out of AutoDoc,
> so I'd be game to look at something "pricey," assuming it is useful.
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