Reverse Engineering and Import Overview

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With Database Designer for PostgreSQL you can extract database tables, attributes, relationships, indexes and other objects from existing databases.

Database Designer for PostgreSQL supports a number of different communication methods: direct connection to database, ADO/ODBC support. This enables you import different objects from multiple databases.

Examine these import facilities:

1. Reverse Engineering PostgreSQL Database. You can connect to PostgreSQL database directly and reverse engineer its objects.

2. Import from Access Database. This tool allows you to import tables, attributes, relationships, indexes to your diagram from Microsoft Access database file.

3. Universal Reverse Engineering. Use this tool to reverse engineer/import the structure of various databases. It allows you to reverse engineer the following databases: Sybase ASE and ASA, Oracle, Informix, MSSQL, DB2, DBF and many others that accessible by OLEDB or ODBC.

See also:
Reverse Engineering and Import: Reverse Engineering PostgreSQL Database | Import from Access Database | Universal Reverse Engineering