GenesisOne, a privately held company that creates software code analysis tools, has released version 2 of its T-SQL Source Source Code Unscrambler—the industry's first tool to read SQL code and authomatically create professional, data-flow documentaion without altering the code in any way.

According to GenesisOne, their patent-pending algorithm understands any code base and organizes it so both develpers and non-developers can understand the logic.

Stored procedures account for the vast majority of database code and are part of almost every application, yet many times the documentation is incomplete or missing. The T-SQL Source Code Unscrambler can help.

GenesisOne's T-SQL Source Code Unscrambler Version 2

Data flow benefits from GenesisOne T-SQL Unscrambler:

  •    Automatically unscrambles and documents the source code in detail.
  •    Eliminates continuous document updates and synchronization after database changes.
  •    Gets new hires up to speed in less than half the time.
  •    Satisfies audit requirements by keeping complete up-to-date documentation.
  •    Increases customer satisfaction by providing comprehensive, professional looking database documentation.
  •    Automatically reads the details hidden in T-SQL Stored Procedures.
  •    Fully standardizes your SQL documentation with no effort.
  •    Facilitates inventory taking of information systems for CIO’s.

A 14-day trial version of the T-SQL Source Code Unscrambler is available and includes all the features and tools that come with the full version. The tool supports PDF, PNG, and SVG reporting format.

GenesisOne Chosen as Red Gate Partner on Project

Also, it has recently been announced that Red Gate's new SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) Ecosystem Project has selected GenesisOne as their first partner to provide data flow visualization for SQL source code.

"At Red Gate, we have been extending Microsoft’s SQL Server Management Studio IDE from its 2005 inception to the latest 2012 edition, providing increased value to hundreds of thousands of SQL Server professionals. As we believe that there are still many more opportunities to improve the functionality available to database developers and DBAs, we have conceived the SSMS Ecosystem Project, an initiative aimed at third party vendors that we hope will further encourage and accelerate the development and integration of tools and services around the SQL Server platform.

We have chosen GenesisOne as our first partner due to their exciting and innovative data flow technology, and the passion they have demonstrated to improve and disrupt the way that SQL source code is visualized," according to David Atkinson, Product Manager, at Red Gate.