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Id: 53924
Status: rejected
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Queue: SQL-Translator

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Requestors: servilio [...] gmail.com
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Subject: Shapes not being used in the GraphViz output
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This decreases the usefulness of the created graph, as relations between tables are downgraded to generic table-to-table links. Something like in the image output is more desirable, and with the output would be much better I think (or could be made to look much better) as the problem there is that all lines overlap when you have more than a few relations, making it very hard to tell where one relations goes to or comes from. OS: Ubuntu 9.10 Perl version: 5.10.0 GraphViz version: 2.20.2-3ubuntu5
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On Fri Jan 22 15:20:24 2010, https://launchpad.net/~servilio wrote: Show quoted text
> This decreases the usefulness of the created graph, as relations between > tables are downgraded to generic table-to-table links. > > Something like in the image output is more desirable, and with the output > would be much better I think (or could be made to look much better) as > the problem there is that all lines overlap when you have more than a few > relations, making it very hard to tell where one relations goes to or > comes from. > > OS: Ubuntu 9.10 > Perl version: 5.10.0 > GraphViz version: 2.20.2-3ubuntu5
Could you elaborate a bit more on that? The text implies that you are referring to some image - where can it be seen?
No reply from ticket author, stalling indefinitely.
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No reply from reporter for an extended period of time. Rejecting as not-a-bug. Feel free to reopen with a better explanation.


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