With wsSqlSrvDoc you can fully document Microsoft SQL Server databases with just a few mouse clicks.
Licensing modell of wsSqlSrvDoc The trial version is simply what it is – evaluate our product for 30 days. If you intend to work with wsSqlSrvDoc on a regular basis, you may choose one of these licenses: Standard edition For one user installed on one physical machine. So if you […]
On each startup, wsSqlSrvDoc checks for available updates. If there is an update available you’ll be asked if you want to install it or not. This way it’s garanteed that you’re in control over the update mechanism. You don’t have to apply an update when you’re short on time. On […]
wsSqlSrvDoc System Requirements Microsoft SQL Server: 2005 2008 2012 Microsoft Office: Word 2003 Word 2007 Word 2010 Word 2013 Microsoft .NET Framework Version 4.5 If you haven’t installed the .NET Framework ver. 4.5 on your system, the Microsoft WebInstaller for the .NET Framework (which is included in the setup) will […]
How to add comments to tables and fields The preperation of your database will be done directly in the SQL Server Management Console. You will need to create a custom attribute on the table (or field) that you want to comment. Name this custom attribute either Description Descr and use […]
In the 3rd stept the documentation will be generated. This can take some time, depending on the size of yor database.
Now it’s time to deal with the MS Word releated stuff:
Now it’s time to choose wich database objects should be documented.
In the first page of the wizard you’ll have to provide the logon information for the MS SQL Server database: