MySQL Documentation Tool

Why spent hours documenting your databases by hand?

The MySQL Documentation Tool automatically documents entire MySQL Server databases, allowing you to get on with more important work.

Benefits:

  • A huge time saver compared to generating documentation by hand.
  • Helps your development team get to grips with large and complex databases.
  • Ability to document multiple databases.
  • Range of output documentation formats, including HTML, HTML Help, RTF/Word and plain text formats.
  • Full version available for immediate download after ordering.

Key features:

  • Works on any version of Windows.
  • Documents the main entities in a database, including:
    • Tables
    • Views
    • Functions
    • Stored Procedures
    • Triggers
  • The Transact SQL code associated with Views, Stored Procedures and Triggers is also included with the documentation.

Screenshots and Documentation Examples

The SQL Documentation Tool has a full Windows graphical user interface:

The MySQL Documentation Tool's graphical user interface

The HTML format documentation may be viewed in any web browser. It’s useful for adding to company Internet sites or Wikis.

The HTML Help documentation is contained in a single .chm file. As such it’s highly portable and can be viewed on a variety of devices. The HTML Help format report is fully searchable, as well as having a fully comprehensive table of contents:

HTML Help format documentation created by the MySQL Documentation Tool

Download Trial Version

The trial version has the following limitations:

  • Only the first 10 tables, views, stored procedures and triggers found in a database are documented.
  • Documentation contains JavaScript pop-ups on some of the pages in the report.

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