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> -----Original Message-----
> Posted At: Friday, May 29, 1998 10:30 AM
> Posted To: server
> Conversation: Db Schema Report
> Subject: Db Schema Report
> I am using Oracle Enterprise Server 7.2.3 running on Solaris with
> Manager 1.3.5 running on Windows NT. I can not for the life of me
> how to print out the entire Database Schema. Either a graphical or
> textual report
> would be fine. It looks like Designer 2000 has a reverse engineering
> tool that
> would enable me to import the repository into Designer 2000 (which
> appears to
> have facililities for doing the above), but that seems like a hassle.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks in advance.
> marco matchefts