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I need to design an ERD with UML notation, can anyone recommend a tool that does this.

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Sparx Enterprise Architect is a UML tool with a database modelling function. It's not terribly expensive and pretty UML centric. It also has some pretty good extensibility features if you're that way inclined.

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