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All versions of Microsoft SQL Server (not MySQL). Please also add a version-specific tag, like sql-server-2016, since it is often relevant to the question.

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You can use the "free" MySQL workbench if you are using MySQL https://www.mysql.com/products/workbench/ to reverse engineer the model from an SQL file then re-organize the model into multiple pages.
answered Oct 14 '12 by Stephen Senkomago Musoke
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How about this: a) Export the table structure from SQL Server and create the tables in the MySQL database - this is a one off b) Setup a scheduled job to export the statistics data from SQL server …
answered Dec 18 '12 by Stephen Senkomago Musoke
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I would recommend the following approach: a) Each developer has their own database that they can work with, try out different things, destroy and restore at will independent of the other team membe …
answered Oct 14 '12 by Stephen Senkomago Musoke
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How about making each of the elements of your XML a table or child-table and using in-built stored procedures to generate the XML from an SQL query result. This provides you with the data consistenc …
answered Dec 17 '12 by Stephen Senkomago Musoke