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Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Re: SqlSpec
« on: November 11, 2010, 01:09 AM »
I fixed the pie charts so the colors look better, thanks for the suggestion!

here's a sample:

Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Re: SqlSpec
« on: November 04, 2010, 01:32 PM »
maybe firebug has a bug?  :)

in the sample page above, the code that includes the images is like this:

        <img border="0" src="tablesizes.gif" usemap="#Largesttablesbysizeondisk" alt="Largest tables by size on disk" />
        <img border="0" src="tablerows.gif" usemap="#Largesttablesbyrowcount" alt="Largest tables by row count" />
        <img border="0" src="indexsizes.gif" usemap="#Largestindexesbysizeondisk" alt="Largest indexes by size on disk" />

They are using an imagemap though, perhaps FF is using SVG somehow under the covers to do imagemaps.

Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Re: SqlSpec
« on: November 04, 2010, 01:09 PM »
thanks for the feedback!  I'll fix the screenshots.

actually I am not using SVG for the piecharts - those are just gifs.

using SVG and VML for the dependency graphs, as in this example (scroll down on that page to see the graph)


If you view it in FF/Opera etc, you'll see SVG, in IE you'll see VML.

Announce Your Software/Service/Product / SqlSpec
« on: November 04, 2010, 10:40 AM »
Hi folks,

I am the author of a database documentation tool called SqlSpec, selling it myself as shareware.   If you work with databases it could be interesting to you.  You can use it to find out how a database is put together, or if you are a freelancer you can use it to document the databases you build and give that documentation to your clients.  Also, I donate free licenses to any charity, non-profit, or open source project.

You can try it out here:

It supports every major DBMS on the market, and some you have probably never heard of!  :)

Here are all the platforms it supports:

Microsoft SQL Server 2000/2005/2008
Microsoft Analysis Server 2005/2008
Microsoft Report Server 2005/2008
Microsoft Integration Server 2005/2008
Microsoft Access 97 and above
Oracle 9i and above
MySQL 5.0 and above
PostgreSQL 8.0 and above
Teradata 13.0 and above
DB2 8.2 and above
Sybase ASE 12.0 and above
Sybase SQL Anywhere 10.0
Informix IDS 10.0 and above
VistaDB 3.0 and above
SQLite 3.7
ENEA Polyhedra 7.0 and above
Raima RDM Server 8.1

here are a couple screenshots:

Thanks for reading!


General Software Discussion / Re: Large Text File Viewer
« on: July 15, 2009, 12:16 PM »
I have to deal with huge text files in my job - generally they are all bulk import files generated by bcp.exe.  this is a program for bulk import/export data to/from SQL Server (or Sybase, originally). 

The other day I had to export 1.8 billion rows from one server to another, resulting in a text file 180gb in size. 

It's very convenient to use LTFV to open up such files to quickly verify the datatype of each column in the file.  :)

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