xSQL Software releases xSQL Documenter for documenting SQL Server, Oracle and other databases
March 5, 2008
For Immediate Release
Atlanta, GA – March 5, 2008 – xSQL Software, a provider of SQL Server tools, Oracle tools, and other database tools and utilities, announces the
release of xSQL Documenter, a new tool for generating chm and html formatted documentation for SQL Server,
Oracle, DB2, MySQL and other databases.
Whether you are a software developer, a database administrator or an independent contractor working with
databases xSQL Documenter is the tool for you. It allows you to generate comprehensive, uniform and
easily navigable database documentation for all your applications.
"The release of xSQL Documenter brings us a step closer to achieving our goal of becoming a one stop SQL Server
said Naim Sula, CEO of xSQL Software. "Thousands of customers that have come to rely on our professional
grade database tools have been demanding that we fill the 'gaps' in our product offering and that is exactly what
we are doing."
The value preposition of xSQL Documenter can not be beaten but even if the price is taken out of the "equation"
xSQL Documenter outshines most, if not all, database documentation generators available in the market today.
xSQL Documenter's features include:
- Support for all major databases management systems including SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, MySQL etc.;
- HTML and compiled CHM output;
- Command Line interface
- Ability to generate dependency and primary/foreign key graphs
- Easy branding of the documentation
- Ability to show DDL/XMLA code for all objects documented
- Support for XML comments added to your stored procedures, UDFs etc.
xSQL Documenter is available immediately from xSQL Software's web site at https://www.xsql.com. The fully functional
trial version does not expire but "taints" the generated documentation with "this is a trial version" messages.