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Anyone knows any good documentation tool from SQL Anywhere version 10 and higher? We currently use DBDocumentor to generate documentation of the database schema / domains / stored procedures / functions and users in a CHM file format, but DBDocumentor does not recognize syntax like "comment on table" or "comment on column", which makes it very cumbersome to add descriptions / comments on tables and columns.

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Does Powerdesigner handle this? I've used it to document 9.0 databases, but I'm not sure it is complete.

(16 Sep '10, 15:00) Ron Hiner
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