DB review is a database schema (structure) navigation tool for Microsoft SQL Server. The program shows table-to-table dependencies as well as between tables and other database objects like procedures, views, triggers or functions in a visual manner. The navigation tool is most suitable for analysts, developers and administrators who need to analyze, describe or just understand large scale database structure with complex relationships and dependencies.
The program shows current table at the center of the main view. The parent tables are located at the top of the view when depended (child) are located at the bottom. The user can select current table by click at the view or table list at the lift side of the window. Property sheet for the selected object is located at the right side of the main window. This sheet contains detailed information about currently selected object: table, column, relationship, view, procedure, etc. Also, it provides access to supplemental forms for table's triggers and indexes. Powerful navigation options allow the user to operate with viewing history.