We' re excited to announce that we have rebranded our SQL administration tool SQLDocKit as SysKit SQL Manager. Besides the new name, this version comes with a new logo, a new skin, and some improvements. There are new features for you to explore as well. You can document Azure SQL database objects, get a complete overview of your cluster environment from a single UI, and more. Give it a try! We hope you'll like it.
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Table Dependencies Graph7.2
Explore and document all your table dependencies. Check out the new report, a graphical representation of all tables participating in at least one foreign key relationship. The Table Dependencies Graph displays foreign key connections between all tables, so you can easily review the database structure, detect tables with a large number of foreign key references, and track foreign key paths linking the tables.
Azure SQL Database Objects Documentation7.2
Now we also support documentation for Azure SQL database objects, which provides deeper insights into your Azure SQL database environment by documenting in one place not only the databases, but all the Azure SQL server database objects, including tables, views, functions, stored procedures, and table indexes.
You can document all Azure SQL database objects in just a few clicks.
SQL Clusters and Nodes Overview7.2
SysKit SQL Manager is now able to recognize SQL clusters and the nodes that belong to a given cluster. If you have implemented failover clustering, you can now explore some new reports that give a complete overview of your clustered environment from a single UI. The reports show general information, nodes, disk partitions, network interfaces, resource group, and resources.