Visio to DB2 Visio to DB2 krotha (Programmer) (OP) 26 Oct 07 12:10 I created database design in Microsoft Visio Professional 2003 and wanted to migrate entire schema into DB2, how shall I do it. Any help is appreciated. RE: Visio to DB2 lespaul (Programmer) 26 Oct 07 13:34 I'm not sure that Visio has that cabability....I use Datanamic's Dezign for Databases and it DOES have that capability.... LeslieIn an open world there's no need for windows and gateswww.ubuntu.com RE: Visio to DB2 elsenorjose (TechnicalUser) 26 Oct 07 13:58 Have you looked at the database export function? Not sure what menu it's under though, I usually use ERWin or some other database design tool. RE: Visio to DB2 elsenorjose (TechnicalUser) 26 Oct 07 13:59 Also, you might want to post this in an Office forum since it's not really a 'general' database question. RE: Visio to DB2 lespaul (Programmer) 26 Oct 07 16:07 According to this article:One common question that we hear from people using the Database Model Diagram template in Visio is "What happened to the Generate and Update commands?"The short answer is that the Generate and Update commands are not available in the Standard and Professional editions of either Microsoft Office Visio 2003 or Microsoft Visio 2002. The Generate and Update commands are only available in Microsoft Visio Enterprise Architect edition and Microsoft Visio 2000 Enterprise Edition. LeslieIn an open world there's no need for windows and gateswww.ubuntu.com RE: Visio to DB2 HelloMike (MIS) 31 Oct 07 11:28 Hmm.If you can't generate a database schema from Microsoft Visio Professional then what's "professional" about it? Cheers, Mike. RE: Visio to DB2 LNBruno (Programmer) 31 Oct 07 11:39 erm, the price you paid for it, maybe? < M!ke >"Oops" is never a good thing. RE: Visio to DB2 philhege (Programmer) 31 Oct 07 17:10 The ability to draw pretty diagrams? RE: Visio to DB2 harebrain (MIS) 31 Oct 07 19:40 You can't screw-up an enterprise database schema. RE: Visio to DB2 HelloMike (MIS) 1 Nov 07 06:31 Oh I dunno, harebrain. Man's ability to screw things up is boundless. Cheers, Mike. RE: Visio to DB2 harebrain (MIS) 1 Nov 07 18:09 That's why we have Crippleware *Professional* TM.Reminds me of plastic scissors.