New Oracle database design tool...

Whether you are a beginner or an expert data modeler, ModelRight for Oracle is the database design tool of choice for Oracle. Here are some of the things that make ModelRight for Oracle unique:
• Extensive support for Oracle – support and advanced features - OR types, object tables, object views, materialized views, index-organized tables, clusters, partitions, function-based indexes, etc...
• full Forward, Reverse and Compare capabilities
• Unique User Interface and Diagrammatic elements: with our mode-less and hyperlinked user-interface, navigating and editing your model is intuitive and easy.
• Extensive use of Domains: you can create Domains for just about every type of object to propagate patterns, reusability & classification.
• Unprecedented level of programmatic control: you can control the smallest details of the FE and Alter Script generation process.
Please check out our website at http://www.modelright.com and download the free trial version.
Please let me know if you have any suggestions or comments.
Thank you,
Tim Guinther
Founder, ModelRight, Inc.
[email protected]
(215) 534 5282

Jens I found a few good links in there...I was trying to
find if there was a certification track offered in
DB Design? I see a lot of instructor led classes most
of them only 2-3 days long.

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