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RE: ERWIN vs Designer

From: Robson, Peter <>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 15:08:23 -0000
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We have met just your requirement using Visio Professional. Easy, minimal learning curve. But it is not a case tool. In passing, we also use the Oracle tool for design work. And it is a significant learning curve.


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> From: IT - Database (Do Not Use)
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> Sent: 18 March 2003 20:44
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> Subject: ERWIN vs Designer
> I have been tasked with the responsibility of reverse
> engineering over 2500
> small Access databases to get a picture of all the
> information that our
> users are capturing (schemas, data models etc) to see if we
> can incorporate
> their requirements into our production systems and stop them
> from creating
> anymore personal databases.
> I've never used ERWIN or Designer 2000 (or whatever it is
> called now) so I
> don't know which product would produce the best results with
> the smallest
> learning curve. Does anyone have any advice/opinions?
> Debbie
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