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Thread: ER Studio reverse Engineer is taking over an hour for three small tables



Permlink Replies: 1 - Last Post: Nov 10, 2017 12:33 PM Last Post By: Dave Cordas
William Gilliam

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ER Studio reverse Engineer is taking over an hour for three small tables
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  Posted: Jun 27, 2017 1:57 PM
I have a very small database I created, and added three tables and inserted some data. I went through the ER studio wizard for reverse engineering the three tables. and now I get a dimmed out dialog box that says " 3 tables Extracted". Nothing happens though? The blue gauge at the top of the page indicates that the process has completed, however the dialog box is never enabled and the buttons to "Save to File" and "Print" are never activated. This is still present after an hour and a half. Can someone tell me what is wrong here? I really want to encourage my company to use this tool, but gosh, shouldn't it even be able to reverse engineer three tiny tables in sql server? Please help!
Dave Cordas

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Re: ER Studio reverse Engineer is taking over an hour for three small tables
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  Posted: Nov 10, 2017 12:33 PM   in response to: William Gilliam in response to: William Gilliam
Did you ever receive feedback on this? I also have issues reverse engineering databases.

William Gilliam wrote:
I have a very small database I created, and added three tables and inserted some data. I went through the ER studio wizard for reverse engineering the three tables. and now I get a dimmed out dialog box that says " 3 tables Extracted". Nothing happens though? The blue gauge at the top of the page indicates that the process has completed, however the dialog box is never enabled and the buttons to "Save to File" and "Print" are never activated. This is still present after an hour and a half. Can someone tell me what is wrong here? I really want to encourage my company to use this tool, but gosh, shouldn't it even be able to reverse engineer three tiny tables in sql server? Please help!
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