Mogwai ERDesignerNG - plugin detail

The Mogwai ERDesigner is a entity relation modeling tool such as ERWin and co. The only difference is that it is Open Source and does not cost anything. It was designed to make database modeling as easy as it can be and to support the developer in the whole development process, from database design to schema and code generation. This tool was also designed to support a flexible plug in architecture, to extend the system simply by installing a new plug in. This way, everybody can implement new features and tools to make ERDesigner fit the requirements. ERDesigner NG * is based on Java and can be run on Windows and Unix systems * has a powerfull WYSIWYG for physical database design * handles tables, relations, indexes and comments * supports a central repository for all models ( Model Repository ) * supports subject areas * supports domains * supports MySQL, Oracle, DB2(experimental), Microsoft SQLServer, PostgreSQL and H2 * creates the SQL DDL statements for schema creation * has an integrated schema version control system * can generate schema migration scripts for every change * stores the database definition as XML files for further processing * can export the database schema as GIF, BMP, JPEG or SVG files * has an integrated reverse engineering module for existing schemas * has a build in schema compare feature * can generate schema documentation as PDF, HTML, RTF and other formats * supports schema conversion between different dialects * it is based on GPL license * support is available by authors and newsgroups

NetBeans Plugin - Mogwai ERDesignerNG
Plugin owner: mirkosertic
Website: http://mogwai.sourceforge.net
Added: 2009-09-12
License: GPL
Category: Utilities
Downloaded: 4,939 times
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 4.32, by 2 users

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Introduction

The Mogwai ERDesigner is a entity relation modeling tool such as ERWin and co. The only difference is that it is Open Source and does not cost anything. It was designed to make database modeling as easy as it can be and to support the developer in the whole development process, from database design to schema and code generation. This tool was also designed to support a flexible plug in architecture, to extend the system simply by installing a new plug in. This way, everybody can implement new features and tools to make ERDesigner fit the requirements. ERDesigner NG * is based on Java and can be run on Windows and Unix systems * has a powerfull WYSIWYG for physical database design * handles tables, relations, indexes and comments * supports a central repository for all models ( Model Repository ) * supports subject areas * supports domains * supports MySQL, Oracle, DB2(experimental), Microsoft SQLServer, PostgreSQL and H2 * creates the SQL DDL statements for schema creation * has an integrated schema version control system * can generate schema migration scripts for every change * stores the database definition as XML files for further processing * can export the database schema as GIF, BMP, JPEG or SVG files * has an integrated reverse engineering module for existing schemas * has a build in schema compare feature * can generate schema documentation as PDF, HTML, RTF and other formats * supports schema conversion between different dialects * it is based on GPL license * support is available by authors and newsgroups

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Cannot start the plugin - exception thrown

I installed this plugin with NetBeans IDE 7.1.1 but cannot start the plugin. Instead, it throw an exception. The error was reported as case #569198. Could anyone please help.

http://statistics.netbeans.org/analytics/exception.do?id=569198
Posted by boogiebug on Mar 27, 2012
  

Very cool!

Thanks for this contribution!
Posted by timothyrheider on Jul 07, 2010
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