DTM Schema Inspector is a database schema browsing and management too that let the user work with database schemas more effectively. The program lets the users work simultaneously with any number of database schemas.
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Description: DTM Schema Inspector is a database schema browsing and management tool (also known as DTM Object Inspector before 2004) that let the user work with database schemas more effectively. The program lets the users work simultaneously with any number of database schemas (metadata) and displays information in a convenient tree-view format, as well as offers current views of database contents and properties. Database schema snapshots support helps the user to browse old states of database objects. Powerful search tool makes navigation for large scale schemas easy. Enable/disable triggers feature (for MS SQL and Oracle only).
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