Logicworks will unveil its new modelling tool for object-relational databases this week at the Informix user conference in San Francisco.
The Erwin/Universal Modeling Architecture (UMA) enables users to define so-called 'Model Blades' or customisable components to model and visualise Informix datablades for development purposes.
The tool can generate the physical Informix Universal Server database schema, reuse built-in data types and reverse-engineer relational schemas to enable users to migrate to object-relational technology more easily.
The Informix version of Erwin/UMA is due in September, followed by support for IBM?s Universal Database. An Oracle version is due later in the year.
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