Database Schema Reporting Product Profile

DTM Schema Reporter is a database documentation software (also knows as database documentor) that allows users to create reports for database schema (structure). Sample reports. Demo version (?) is available to download.

This documenting tool can help DBA, advanced users, developers, and technical writers to document database schema by a few clicks. With DTM Schema Reporter you can analyze database metadata and database security information, train your employees, create a hard copy of the schema snapshots, etc.

Key Features and Benefits if the Software

  • It is database independent documenting software. You can create database schema documentation for your Oracle database as well as for PostgreSQL or for Microsoft SQL Server. The database documentation software product supports common database interfaces: ODBC, OLE DB, or Oracle Call Interface.
  • Rich functionality. The tool allows users to include to report most important database objects. Plus, the program helps the user to add to report optional DDL statements like CREATE TABLE, CREATE TRIGGER or CREATE VIEW.
  • Comments or Notes. You can make your database documentation more friendly by adding notes for stored objects: tables, columns (fields), views, procedures, synonyms.
  • The database documentation software supports styles and fonts customization for RTF reports. Moreover, user can change CSS files and report headers for HTML and CHM (Windows HTML help) output
  • DTM Schema Reporter supports Windows XP/Vista/7, Windows 8/10 (desktop), Server 2003/2008/2012.

Why DTM Schema Reporter

  • Most popular output formats are supported. You can create reports in RTF (Microsoft Word and Open Office Compatible), Portable Document Format, CHM (or Windows HTML Help), XML, tab-delimited text or HTML format (single file, frame set or one per object).
  • Extra report: security report helps a DBA or a security administrator to manage database access more effectively. It can include to documentation detailed information about logins (accounts) and access rights for database objects.
  • See also: database object descriptions management with DTM Schema Reporter.