Document Your Database

Thursday Jan 11th 2007 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Computer professionals are constantly complaining about the documentation for the software they use. And are notorious for not documenting their own code very well. Longtime author Raj Vasant brings us a short article with some suggestions on how to go about documenting your databases.

[From SQL Server Central]

Documentation for the tasks related to a particular project is required for easy maintenance and quick reference. Number of situations has been encountered where we all go through user-manuals or read-me files for getting help/solutions. Most of the applications are having documents that provide in-depth description of the design, code and maintenance related stuff. Most of these documents are for the development team but some of them are also provided to the customers.

The article continues at http://www.sqlservercentral.com/columnists/rVasant/2784.asp

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