Using UML to define tables in Microsoft Access 2010

I’m wondering if anyone could comment about what is the most appropriate/useful tool to i) define a series of objects and their relationships/dependencies , ii) import the resulting UML diagram into Microsoft Access 2010 to define the definition and structure of database tables.

While I understand the OO paradigm at the broadest level in terms of its usefulness to database and code development, I have been out of s/w development for a while. I’d be open to suggestions on a ‘better’ database development environment to use, bearing in mind MS is all present on the Enterprise desktop - I think :frowning:

thanks and regards


Hello David,

Thanks for your message and I’m sorry that we do not support perform any operation on Microsoft Access. For Microsoft environment, we do support the SQL Server.

Best regards,