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How to create draw.io database diagram in Confluence from Excel?

I have a a list of fields in Excel which are the fields/columns of a table in my database. I want to convert this into a database diagram (ERD) in Confluence using draw.io. But I can't seem to be able to just copy and paste the list. Is there another way to do it?

Currently I am copying it one by one, but it is extremely tedious as the text editing in draw.io is really crappy. I need to click and click and struggle to get the next box in my table list. Then I copy and paste a field from Excel. Then draw.io puts a space in front of the text and in the next line. Then I need to click away and back again to edit it, to remove the blank space and move the text up. I am used to Visio, where you can simply copy and paste a list, or at least when you press enter or tab, it adds a new row and automatically lets you edit the text. There must be a better way to do this in Confluence? please help? this is agonising.

This is an example of the list I have: enter image description here

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To Insert or Remove Rows or Columns

To Insert a Row or Column

1. Open a drawing.

2. On the Tabletab, click Add Columnto add a column or Add Rowto add a row.

3. Do one of the following:

◦ Select a horizontal line in the table to insert a row. A new row is placed between the two rows that border the selected line.

◦ Select a vertical line in the table to insert a column. A new column is placed between the two columns that border the selected line.

 

*Hold down the CTRL key to select more than one row or column.

To Remove a Table, Column, or a Row

1. Click a cell in the column or row you want to remove. Hold down the CTRL key to select more than one cell.

2. On the Table tab, perform one of the following operations:

◦ Click Select Tableto select a table to delete.
◦ Click the arrow next to Select Tableand click Select Columnto select a column to delete.
◦ Click the arrow next to Select Tableand click Select Rowto select a row to delete.

3. Right-click and click Delete on the shortcut menu. Alternatively, press the DEL key. The table, column, or row is deleted.

Alternatively, perform the following operations to delete a row, column, or a table:

1. Click a cell in the column or row you want to remove. Hold down the CTRL key to select more than one cell.

2. Right-click and click Pick From List on the shortcut menu. The Pick From List dialog box appears.

3. Select a row, column, or table and click OK. The selected row, column, or table appears highlighted.

4. Right-click and click Delete on the shortcut menu. Alternatively, press the DEL key. The selected row, column, or table is deleted.

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Tables in a database model diagram represent the structure of a table in a database, including the table name, column names, primary keys, and data types. Using the Database Model Diagram template, you can create new tables, change existing tables, or reverse engineer tables from an existing database.

Note: You can find the full suite of database modeling features, including both reverse engineering and forward engineering, in Visio for Enterprise Architects. Visio for Enterprise Architects is included in MSDN Premium Subscription, which is available with Visual Studio Professional and Visual Studio Team System role-based editions.

Create a table in a database model diagram

  1. Open the database model diagram that you want to work with.

  2. From either the Entity Relationship or Object Relational stencil, drag an Entity shape onto the drawing.

  3. Double-click the shape to open the Database Properties window.

  4. Under Categories, click Definition and type a name for the table.

  5. Under Categories, click Columns and type a name and choose a data type.

  6. Select Req’d for columns that can't have null values.

  7. Select PK (primary key) for columns that uniquely identify each row in the database table.

  8. Under Categories click Indexes, Triggers, Check, or Extended to create these optional elements.

Tip: When you drag an entity shape onto the diagram is has a default name. To change the defaults, on the Database menu, point to Options, click Modeling, and go to the Logical Misc tab.

Add a column to a table

After you create a table, you need to add columns and define column properties, such as data type and primary keys.

  1. Double-click the table in your diagram.

  2. In the Database Properties window, under Categories, click Columns.

  3. Click in the first empty Physical name cell and type a name.

  4. To change the data type for a column, click the column's Data Type field, and then select a data type from the list or type it into the list. For example, you could type decimal(8,2) or char(30).

  5. To prevent null values, select the Req'd check box.

  6. To specify that the column is a primary key, select the PK check box.

Set a primary key

Relationships use primary and foreign keys to map rows in one table to corresponding rows in another table. At least one of the tables in the relationship must have a primary key in order to establish a relationship.

  1. Double-click the table in your diagram.

  2. In the Database Properties window, under Categories, click Columns.

  3. Select the PK box for the column for which you want to use a primary key. You can select more than one check box if you want to create a composite key.

Note: Types cannot be used as primary keys.

Remove a table

When you remove a table from a database model diagram, you can either remove the table from only the diagram, or from both the diagram and the underlying model. It can be helpful to remove tables from only the diagram while you are trying out scenarios.

  1. Click the table in your model and press the DELETE key on your keyboard.

  2. In the Delete Object dialog box do one of the following:

    • Click Yes to remove the table from both the drawing and the underlying model.

    • Click No to remove the table only from the drawing.

      Note: If you click No and later decide to add the table back into the drawing, you can drag it onto the drawing from the Tables and Views window.

Tip: You can choose to always or never remove deleted relationships from the underlying model. On the Database menu, point to Options, click Modeling, and on the Logical diagram tab select the option that you want.

Show information about a table

You can show information about tables in your diagram, such as primary keys (PK), foreign keys (FKn), Alternate Keys (AKn), unique (UN), and indexes (In), and data types.

  1. On the Database menu, point to Options, and then click Document.

  2. On the Tables tab choose the items that you want to display in the diagram.

    If you have your notation set to Relational, the annotations are displayed in the left column. If you are using IDEF1X, the annotations are within parentheses beside the column name.

Can't find the database modeling features?

It is most likely that your edition of Visio doesn't include the features you are looking for. To find out which edition of Visio you have, click About Microsoft Office Visio on the Help menu. The name of the edition is in the top line of text in the dialog box.

Visio Standard does not include the Database Model Diagram template.

Visio Professional and Premium editions support the reverse engineering features for the Database Model Diagram template (that is, using an existing database to create a model in Visio) but it does not support forward engineering (that is, using a Visio database model to generate SQL code).

Note: You can find the full suite of database modeling features, including both reverse engineering and forward engineering, in Visio for Enterprise Architects. Visio for Enterprise Architects is included in MSDN Premium Subscription, which is available with Visual Studio Professional and Visual Studio Team System role-based editions.

If you are using Visio Plan 2 and want to learn about how to engineer an existing database into a database model, see the article, Reverse engineer an existing database.

See Also

Create a Database Model (also known as Entity Relationship diagram)

Define a relationship in a Database Model diagram

Set and edit data types in Database Model diagrams

Reverse engineer an existing database

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Created by: David Benson

Modified on: Mon, 17 Aug, at PM


There are two types of shapes in diagrams.net where you can add new rows.

  • ERD tables use the new extended table tools in the Arrange tab of the format panel.
  • Simpler text lists and UML class shapes use the row shapes to add new rows.

Add a row to a table or ERD table shape

  1. Select the table and click a second time to select a cell.
  2. In the Arrange tab of the format panel, click the Insert Row After or the Insert Row Above button. If you had selected the entire table shape, a blank row will be inserted at the end or at the start of your table, otherwise it will be inserted before or after the selected cell.

Learn how to work with the new diagrams.net tables

Add a row to a list or UML class shape

  1. Drag a List Item shape from the Entity Relation shape library and drop it over your list shape to insert a new entry.
  2. Drag an Item shape from the UML shape library and drop it over your class shape to insert a new attribute or method.

Use a keyboard shortcut to add a row

Alternatively, you can highlight a row and press Ctrl+Enter on Windows or Cmd+Enter on macOS to insert a copy of the row directly below in either the new table shapes or the older list shapes.


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