Ca erwin community edition

You can use Complete Compare features to evaluate and compare models, but you cannot commit changes you make in the Complete Compare wizard to the models you compare. The Community Edition of CA ERwin Data Modeler includes a limited number of features from the main product, and is designed for learning data modeling techniques, creating simple data models, and learning about the design and maintenance of a production database. For other databases, a warning message displays, stating that the import feature is disabled.

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CA ERwin Data Modeler Community Edition Overview

Support for printing models is included in the Community Edition, frwin the output includes a unique watermark. If you are working with a database as part of the compare process, note that only the first twenty-five tables are reverse engineered to the model used during the compare.

There is no restriction on the number of views you can create. The Community Edition of CA ERwin Data Modeler includes a limited number ediition features from the main product, and is designed for learning data modeling techniques, creating simple data models, and learning about the design and maintenance of a production database. If you attempt to reverse engineer a script or database with more than twenty-five tables, or attempt to open a model with more than twenty-five tables, a warning message displays, reminding you of the object creation limitation in the Community Edition.

The "Finish" button is disabled in the Resolve Differences dialog. For Oracle and SQL Server, the reverse engineer process stops after creating twenty-five tables in the new model. If the file you import has more than twenty-five tables, the ERwin DM Community Edition imports only the first twenty-five tables.

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The same is true for Transform actions that create temporary tables, such as toggling the display between the source and target objects. The Advisories Pane on the main workplace window reports a message reminding you that the intended action did not complete because of the object creation limit.

For other databases, a warning message displays, stating that the import feature is disabled. You can use Complete Compare features to evaluate and compare models, but you cannot commit changes you make in the Complete Compare wizard to the models you compare. Note that if you attempt to access a disabled feature in the Community Edition, a pop-up message appears to remind you the feature is not available.

In addition, demand loading of databases and Alter Script generation are not supported. To avoid problems, work with a database that has fewer than twenty-five tables.

For example, if you are near the limit of twenty-five tables and choose to partition a table, you may surpass the table limit, and the transform operation will not complete. This may result in problems in the Complete Compare Resolve Differences dialog, where objects and properties between the models will not match. Some operations that include the creation of temporary sdition may also result in exceeding the allowed table limit.

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