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ERBuilder for Salesforce v2.0 released
November 18, 2020

How to explore and exploit Salesforce metadata

In this article, we will see how ERBuilder for Salesforce provides easy navigation and a deep exploration of Salesforce metadata.
November 12, 2020
ERBuilder for Salesforce v2.0 released

ERBuilder for Salesforce v2.0 has been released

Softbuilder today announced the latest release of its Salesforce metadata exploring tool, ERBuilder for Salesforce v2.0. This major release will provide...
August 18, 2020

Validate a data model part 3: by generating a web user interface

This tutorial will show you how creating an attractive web user interface for CRUD applications from a data model can be done in a few clicks...
August 15, 2020

Validate a data model part 2: by manipulating and querying virtual test data

ERBuilder provides a way to validate the model using sample data by manipulating and querying these data..
August 11, 2020

Validate a data model part 1: using the checking control

ERBuilder Data Modeler offers the ability to check for potential mistakes and ambiguities in the created model. To validate a data model...
August 8, 2020

3 data model validation methods integrated into ERBuilder

During the process of designing a data model, it is very important to deliver a valid and consistent final model. This validation must pass at least by these two methods,
August 4, 2020

New release announced: ERBuilder brings a Data Model browsing tool in the next version 4.0

Softbuilder announces ERBuilder 4.0, a new version of ERBuilder Data Modeler. It will be available by the end ...
July 28, 2020

Create Schema on Amazon Redshift

The query below allows you to create a SCHEMA on your Amazon Redshift instance using the AWS query editor. In this example we will create a SCHEMA named "New_Schema" and gives ownership to the default user "dbuser"
July 21, 2020

How to Create, Alter, Drop and List a Redshift Database with Query Editor

On this post you will learn how to set up your first AWS Redshift database. The queries below allow you to create, delete, alter, and list a database on your Amazon Redshift