We are proud to announce that ApexSQL Doc for MySQL is released. The new MySQL database documentation tool gives database developers the possibility to document multiple MySQL databases at the same time as well as the possibility of choosing which database options and database objects should be included in the documentation.
Thr tool possesses the ability to generate documentation in five very popular file formats, such as CHM, HTML, DOC, DOCX, MARKDOWN, or PDF and customize a look of every single one of them.
In the following screenshots below some of the main features will be present.
ApexSQL Doc for MySQL main window
As shown in the screenshot below, it is reminiscent of the ApexSQL Doc. This will make it significantly easier for our customers who have already worked on the ApexSQL Doc
With a click on the Add button under the Database engine tab, the Connection window looks like:
As shown in the following screenshot, on the right side all databases from the selected server will be listed:
In the MySQL database documentation tool, document or ignore specific MySQL database options can be done in the Database options tab:
In the Database objects tab, database developers can select desired object types for the documentation, along with options for those object types that will be included in the documentation:
The Filter editor feature allows users to narrow down the list of objects based on specific condition:
Save project as automation script
Create batch files or PowerShell scripts with all project options set in the current project with a click on the Save button from the Home tab:
Multiple documentation formats
Documentation output file formats are listed under the File format tab:
Setup documentation layout using the popular styles e.g. Modern can be done under the Style tab:
In the Custom text tab, customize documentation with different options for Style, Custom text, Font, etc.:
MySQL syntax highlighting
Display fully colorized MySQL scripts in the generated documentation:
April 22, 2020