[Pharo-users] Analysis/Visualizations of DBs
stepharo at free.fr
Sat Oct 3 03:26:35 EDT 2015
Anne Etien and Olivier Auverlot (with the help of Guillaume Larcheveque)
are parsing SQL and building representation in Moose about such objects.
So contact anne
anne.etien at inria.fr
Le 2/10/15 14:34, Torsten Bergmann a écrit :
> we have many nice analysis and visualizations tools available (Moose, Roassal, ViDi, ...)
> Often it is focused on development or code. Also we have refactoring tools.
> What would be cool would be to have some tool for doing this on (relational) databases and
> included data:
> - visualize databases (tables, data clusters, number of columns, ...)
> - analyze tables on satisfying some (external) business constraints
> and consistency rules
> - refactoring of databases (moving, migrating colums, ...)
> - easy building reports/visualizations of included data (extract, query, filter, ...)
> What I think of is a tool where (after connecting to a possibly unknown database) you can easily
> get/build an overview on the design, quality and data of the database (similar to what Moose, ViDi does
> for code).
> Is there any research, projects, ... for data mining already in Pharo? I guess this could make
> up a great toolset with Pharo as a base and make it more known because in the software business
> relational databases play a big role.
> Any takers for the next Pharo success story? ;)
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