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        = 1996 
      Windows 3.11
      Windows 95
      Windows NT
    complete set of technical documentation and diagrams that explain
    client/server objects and dependencies. Documentation is generated by
    analyzing server code, and monitoring the client/server dialogue; does not
    rely on the SQL Server System Catalog. CW-Doc parses server code and
    generates detailed technical documentation for procedures and triggers. It
    disassembles code and details procedure and trigger dependencies,
    referenced tables, pseudo code, parameters, comments, result sets, and
    more. Table documentation includes referencing procedures and triggers.
    Documentation can be saved in text or RTF or viewed as a dependency
    diagram. Regardless of which client applications are used, CW-Doc can
    document the client/server dialogue by watching DBLIB and ODBC calls. It
    "watches" client/server interactions and extracts the window titles of
    client applications. It records stored procedures called and T-SQL sent
    from each client windows. This information helps trace problems and allows
    better understanding of the client/server dialogue. Runs on Windows 3.11,
    Windows NT, and Windows 95. $2000.= $2000 
    = 1996 
      Cast Software Inc.
        = San Francisco, CA 415–296–1300