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Data Modeling Made Simple with PowerDesigner

If you’re not following George McGeachie at Metadata Junkie, you should be.  George has just completed a book with Steve Hoberman, “Data Modeling Made Simple with PowerDesigner“.  We had Steve in to do modeling training a few years ago and he was working mostly with ERWin at the time, so I’m glad to see he’s embraced PowerDesigner.  I can’t wait to get my copy.

Read more at Metadata Junkie:  The book is finished!.



One thought on “Data Modeling Made Simple with PowerDesigner

  1. Rich,
    Once you’ve defined your set of tables in your “MySelection” ( obj.CreateSelection + MySelection.Objects Add ) ;
    How do you pass the selection to the ReverseDatabase method ?

    Thank you ,

    Dim MySelection
    Set MySelection = model.CreateSelection()

    For each Tabla in model.Tables
    if Tabla.Name = “mytable” then
    MySelection.Objects.Add Tabla
    end if

    model.ReverseDatabase ‘ Only reverse table “mytable”

    ‘ Thanks again
    ‘ cjd

    Posted by Carlos Delgado | April 7, 2012, 6:06 am

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