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A much requested feature, dbdiagram now support importing from SQL Server!

Import from SQL Server only understand disk-based table syntax of these statements (parts that DBML support): Create Table , Create Index and Alter Table Add. For other syntax, it will either notify errors or ignore. In case of error, you just need to remove the syntax that cause the errors.

Statements should be separated by either a semicolon or the GO keyword or both in order.

We're constantly working to improve your dbdiagram experience. One of the most requested features is the ability to categorize related tables. From today, you can do that with Table Group.

To start using Table Group, use the following syntax:

tablegroup group_name {

For example, to create a group named access_control that includes users, groups, user_group_mapping tables (as shown in the gif above):

tablegroup access_control {

Please note that Table Group is a Personal Pro feature. You can learn more about Personal Pro Plan here.

We're joining the dark side! It's easier on the eyes for you night owls. Or if you just want to change a bit, sure it'll make things look better.

Ready to make your diagrams more colorful ? πŸ€©πŸŒˆπŸ™ˆ

We're excited to announce that you can now easily decorate your diagram by changing table header color.

Table header color syntax example

Table users as U [headercolor: #d35400] {
id int
full_name varchar
created_at timestamp
country_code int

Table Header Color is a premium feature of

All you need to unlock this premium feature is to TWEET about us on Twitter.

Here is the guide πŸ‘‡

  • Step 1: Tweet about us on Twitter

  • Step 2: Copy and paste your tweet link

  • Step 3: Claim the premium feature

That's it. Enjoy and make beautiful diagrams 😎

We're excited to share that Export DBML Schema to SQL Server is now supported !

Now you can quickly design and visualize your database schema and export to SQL Server.