SQL Documentation Tool

Why spent hours documenting your databases by hand?

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


  • 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 [sample], HTML Help [sample], RTF/Word [sample] and plain text [sample] formats.
  • Full version available for immediate download after ordering.

Key features:

  • Works on any version of Windows.
  • Wide range of SQL Server versions supported, including 2000, 2005, 2008 and 2010. Supports both full and Express Editions of SQL Server.
  • Supports the MS_Description properties used by later versions of SQL Server.
  • Documents the main entities in a database, including:
    • Tables
    • Views
    • Functions
    • Stored Procedures
    • Triggers
    • Table Indexes
    • Dependency information
    • Jobs
    • DTS Packages
    • Full Text Indexes
  • 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:

SQL Documentation Tool Screenshot (click for bigger)

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

HTML format report created by the SQL Documentation Tool

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:

SQL Documentation Tool documentation in HTML Help format

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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