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Fixed. Thanks for pointing this out!

Are there any particular features of SQL Server 2014 that you need? For basic modelling you can use scripts generated for the 2012 version in SQL Server 2014.

The INTEGER PRIMARY KEYS should be marked as NOT NULL. We'll try to fix this error as soon as possible.

On the "genre" table not being linked to other tables: there is a syntax error in your SQL script. According to Sqlite syntax ( the constraint definitions (in particular PRIMARY KEY and FOREIGN KEY definition) should be separated with a comma. If you add the missing comma, the reference will be parsed and added by Vertabelo.
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Thank you for the idea. So far no one has complained about the drag support for references. I will keep the issue open so other users can upvote if they experience the same problem.
Actually, this is one of the features we're thinking about right now. We're still discussing the priorites for the coming months so we can't promise any dates.

You can create a new idea in the forum so that other users can upvote. The more votes a feature gets, the higher priority it gets in the development.
The "open in new tab" works in the Dashboard. Just click with the right mouse button on the link and select "open in new tab".
You shouldn't have a semicolon at the end of the classpath (the -cp option) and you should refer to the downloaded jar file (reverse-engineering-1_6_9.jar instead of reverse-engineering-1_6_9).

You should also add the JDBC driver for Oracle to the classpath. You can download the driver from this site:

So it should be
java -cp .;reverse-engineering-1_6_9.jar;path_to_jdbc_driver.jar com.vertabelo.reverse.Main -url jdbc:oracle:thin:@//localhost:1521/xe -user dv -password xx -o dv_demo

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