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Toad Data Modeler 6.3 - User Guide

Introduction User Interface Models and Model Objects
Physical Data Model
About Physical Data Modeling Benefits of Physical Data Model Entity Relationship Diagram Objects Basic Database Design Advanced Database Design
Universal Data Model Logical Data Model Working with Model Objects Model Properties Model Statistics
Features and Tools
Application Variables Export/Import DDL Script Generation Graphics Model Actions Print Projects Reports Reverse Engineering Scripting and Customization SQL Templates Tips and Tricks Toad for Oracle Integration Toad Intelligence Central (TIC) Integration Tools Version Control
Options and Configuration Databases
Supported Databases Connection Types by Database DB2 UDB v. 8 (LUW) DB2 v. 9 (LUW) DB2 v. 9.5 (LUW) DB2 v. 9.7 (LUW) DB2 v. 10.1 (LUW) DB2 v. 10.5 (LUW) DB2 z/OS v. 9 DB2 z/OS v.10 DB2 z/OS v. 11 Greenplum 4.1 Greenplum 4.2 Ingres 9.3 Ingres 10.0 Microsoft Access 2000/2002/2003 Microsoft Access 2007/2010 Microsoft Azure SQL Database Microsoft Azure SQL Database V12 Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Microsoft SQL Server 2016 MySQL 5.0 MySQL 5.1 MySQL 5.5 MySQL 5.6 MySQL 5.7 Oracle 9i Oracle 10g Oracle 11g Release 1 Oracle 11g Release 2 Oracle 12c Release 1 Oracle 12c Release 2 PostgreSQL 8.1 PostgreSQL 8.2 PostgreSQL 8.3 PostgreSQL 8.4 PostgreSQL 9.0 PostgreSQL 9.1 PostgreSQL 9.2 PostgreSQL 9.3 PostgreSQL 9.4 PostgreSQL 9.5 SQLite 3.7 Sybase ASE 12.5 Sybase ASE 15 Sybase ASE 15.5 Sybase ASE 15.7 SAP ASE 16.0 Sybase IQ 15.2 Sybase SQL Anywhere 11 SAP SQL Anywhere 17 Teradata 13 Vertica Database 8.0
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Import Toad for Oracle ER Diagrams

Features and Tools > Toad for Oracle Integration > Import Toad for Oracle ER Diagrams
  1. Select File | Import |Toad for Oracle ERD or File | Reverse Engineering | Connections | Import Toad ERD.
  2. In the Open dialog, select a *.erd or *.erx file and click Open.

  3. If you want to use connection string stored in ERD file, click Yes in the following dialog window:

  4. Toad Data Modeler needs to reverse engineer database which contains the objects in your diagram. You will be asked for the database password.

  5. The import starts and ERD is created.


Open Toad™ for Oracle® Projects

Features and Tools > Toad for Oracle Integration > Open Toad™ for Oracle® Projects
  1. Select File Menu | Import | Open Toad for Oracle Project.
  2. In the Open dialog, select a *.tpr file. Toad Project Manager opens.
  3. Select a connection type, right-click it and select Connect.

  1. After you are connected, you can select items from the Toad Project Manager and drag them to a Workspace or Model Explorer of your model in Toad Data Modeler.
  2. Right-click the connection and select Disconnect or simply close Toad Project Manager.

Note: Tables that already exist in the model cannot be added to the model.

Toad™ for Oracle® as Default Editor

Features and Tools > Toad for Oracle Integration > Toad™ for Oracle® as Default Editor

Select Toad™ for Oracle® as a default editor to open every generated SQL script in Toad™ for Oracle® (Oracle models only).

You can define any other third party application as default editor.

Toad™ for Oracle® Icons

Features and Tools > Toad for Oracle Integration > Toad™ for Oracle® Icons

If you are used to Toad™ for Oracle icons, Toad Data Modeler gives you the option to change the icon theme. Go to View Menu | Icons Theme and select Toad for Oracle Icons. Notice the changed icons on toolbars and in Model Explorer.

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