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What would be the best way to get a visual representation of a group of MySQL tables' foreign key constraints? (other than drawing them out by hand)

Something like this:

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Use MySQL Workbench

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SQLFairy should be able to produce a number of different graphical outputs (as well as translating between different dialects of SQL). You should be able to produce what you're looking for using those.

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