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Offline bigtoga  
#1 Posted : 30 April 2007 06:03:46(UTC)
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So the folks at elsasoft.org have graciously donated the use of their SQL Server Database Dictionary building tool, SqlSpec, for us to use with YAF. I've generated a data dictionary using SQL Server 2005 (below) that you can download and use without a license whatsoever. I'll update this post with links to the most recent builds as we perform them.

I've hosted the file at my site, LearnSqlServer.com, my SQL 2005 tutorial site, for fast downloading and to keep some bandwidth off the main site.

* Download the 1.90 Database Documentation here

Thanks much to Jesse over at elsasoft.org for giving us this great documentation tool! Make sure you drop by and check out their tools as a "Thanks!" Go there now

Edited by moderator 02 July 2017 18:02:19(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Check out my implementation of YAF: http://forums.learnsqlserver.com/.
I am also a SQL Server and .NET trainer over at http://www.learnitfirst.com
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Offline Ederon  
#2 Posted : 30 April 2007 06:46:05(UTC)
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Offline jezemine  
#3 Posted : 30 April 2007 12:37:20(UTC)
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gee, that documentation sure looks nice!

seriously, I am glad to help out in your effort to build YAF.

Jesse
http://www.elsasoft.org
Offline Jaben  
#4 Posted : 30 April 2007 14:56:09(UTC)
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Thank you Scott & Jesse!
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#5 Posted : 27 May 2007 17:51:34(UTC)
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bigtoga wrote:
So the folks at elsasoft.org have graciously donated the use of their SQL Server Database Dictionary building tool, SqlSpec, for us to use with YAF. I've generated a data dictionary using SQL Server 2005 (below) that you can download and use without a license whatsoever. I'll update this post with links to the most recent builds as we perform them.

I've hosted the file at my site, LearnSqlServer.com, my SQL 2005 tutorial site, for fast downloading and to keep some bandwidth off the main site.

* Download the 1.90 Database Documentation here

Thanks much to Jesse over at elsasoft.org for giving us this great documentation tool! Make sure you drop by and check out their tools as a "Thanks!" Go there now
Offline Neven  
#6 Posted : 28 May 2007 00:58:17(UTC)
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Great one! It's going to make my work a lot easier!
Thanks!
... But trust me on the sunscreen!

test2005 wrote:
There not bugs(in YAF)...it's either un-defined features or exceptions to expected behavior!!
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#7 Posted : 30 May 2007 18:01:25(UTC)
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thank si
Offline leonardleonard  
#8 Posted : 07 November 2007 15:45:50(UTC)
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ok,thanks
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#9 Posted : 07 January 2008 22:28:11(UTC)
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Great Job!
Offline runboy  
#10 Posted : 16 March 2008 06:24:05(UTC)
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That is awesome :-d
Offline newbie  
#11 Posted : 19 March 2008 23:17:21(UTC)
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bigtoga wrote:
So the folks at elsasoft.org have graciously donated the use of their SQL Server Database Dictionary building tool, SqlSpec, for us to use with YAF. I've generated a data dictionary using SQL Server 2005 (below) that you can download and use without a license whatsoever. I'll update this post with links to the most recent builds as we perform them.

I've hosted the file at my site, LearnSqlServer.com, my SQL 2005 tutorial site, for fast downloading and to keep some bandwidth off the main site.

* Download the 1.90 Database Documentation here

Thanks much to Jesse over at elsasoft.org for giving us this great documentation tool! Make sure you drop by and check out their tools as a "Thanks!" Go there now

:p
Offline emilyandrew  
#12 Posted : 20 March 2008 00:16:41(UTC)
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Hi!

Nice Job! Thanks!
Offline jezemine  
#13 Posted : 09 April 2008 10:06:59(UTC)
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Just to follow up on this, I just released a new version of SqlSpec that has a contents tree you can navigate in HTML. Here's a sample:

http://www.elsasoft.org/...works/AdventureWorks.htm

details on the release here:

http://www.elsasoft.org/...m/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=183

sorry I am not using YAF for my forum - :oops: - I didn't know about YAF when I set it up ages ago!
Offline Mek  
#14 Posted : 09 April 2008 11:49:09(UTC)
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Shame on you ;-)

Thanks for the info.
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Offline TechGuy  
#15 Posted : 03 November 2008 10:45:41(UTC)
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Thanks for the database dictionary that is soooo helpful.
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