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Could you please explain what is lacking in Dia, so that we can answer with the most suitable alternatives? –  dv3500ea Oct 13 '10 at 20:31
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Dia is a GTK+ based diagram creation program for GNU/Linux, Unix and Windows released under the GPL license. For more information click here

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workflows with inkscape??? –  Vassilis Oct 14 '10 at 9:23
    
why not? See this ioncannon.net/utilities/123/… –  tfmoraes Oct 14 '10 at 11:43
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I've found MySQL Workbench to be most useful for creating "ER" diagrams.

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Though the format is only MySQL Workbench specific I can take a diagram created in Workbench and export it to SQL and execute it against any number of SQL servers.

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If you're working with MySQL this tool also doubles as an Administration and Querying tool as well providing the added benefit of integration between the three.

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It's a good tool, a good explanation, but I will use DIA. Thank you!!!! –  Vassilis Oct 14 '10 at 9:20
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try to use Astah Comunity, the application was able to create ER diagrams, class diagrams, etc.To develop applications that application is very suitable. I even heard the professional version could generate java code to class diagram and generate sql code for the ER diagram.

that application was built using java, so the application is multi platform.

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the astha comunity FREE only support UML Modeling Tool the other thing you coment is the paid one –  hhlp Oct 17 '10 at 21:43
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Umbrella can also create ER-Diagrams besides most other UML diagrams. In addition it allows you to export the Diagrams in form of code (i.e. in this case SQL).

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umbrello umbrello.org/index.php and is for KDE if you use gnome it install a lot of KDE dependency –  hhlp Oct 17 '10 at 22:08
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