get an overview of your PostgreSQL database schema
add/modify comments easily and fast
•displays object sizes and statistics too•supports all versions of PostgreSQL from 8.3 onwards•runs on Linux via Wine•it’s FREE
Add comments to your PostgreSQL database objects fast
PostgreSQL has a great COMMENT function to add comments to virtually every single object in your database. However, it would be tedious to do this by running multiple COMMENT functions.PgComment can help you with this task. It reads your PostgreSQL schema, lists out the tables, columns, indexes, views, domains, sequences, and functions, and displays the comments attached to each of those objects.You can then modify or add comments to those objects easily and fast, and you have an overview of what has been commented, and what has not been.
Get started with PgCommentDocumenting your PostgreSQL database objects has never been easier.
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In addition, the schema inspector display additional information on the selected table, column, index, view, domain, sequence, or function, helping you to add more meaningful comments to your objects.The object inspector also displays statistics and size details, making it useful in inspecting your object properties at any time.
Did we mention PgComment is FREE? Download your copy now.If you need to generate PDF or HTML documentation for your PostgreSQL database schemas, give DB Doc a try too. Your users can add comments to the database objects using PgComment, and DB Doc can generate the database schema reports with just a few clicks.If you have any suggestions or feedback for PgComment, please do drop us a line at email@example.com. Thank you.
PgComment also runs on Linux via Wine. This screenshot shows PgComment running on Wine 2.0.1 on Ubuntu 17.04 LTS. It’s also been tested on Fedora 25 via PlayOnLinux.If you have trouble running PgComment on a particular Linux distribution, or if PgComment doesn’t work quite right, do drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.