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Hello,


Actually, Vertabelo has something like (not exact) layer you described. It is called subject area https://www.vertabelo.com/documentation/database-model-elements/areas. Only `missing` feature is the possibility of hiding areas.
Hope this helps,

Adam Mościcki


Hello,


It looks like you can't create a model from a Postgres database connection,
1) What's the best way to make a Vertabelo model from an existing Postgres database?

There is a way to do that. We have created a standalone reverse-engineering tool, which connects to the database and produces XML model.

Then that XML can be uploaded to Vertabelo.

Comprehensive instruction: http://www.vertabelo.com/blog/documentation/reverse-engineering


2) The SQL import should give a more useful error message. The lack of useful error info means I don't know what I could do to fix it (e.g, play with Postgres pg_dump export options to get SQL that Vertabelo can read.)

Yes, there is a room for improvement. I will discuss this with my team.


Hope this helps,

Adam Mościcki


Hello,


Sorry for a late response. We have missed that one.

I think it is a partially implemented feature and works only for `schemaless` views.


Best regards,

Adam Mościcki

Hello,


Please send your XML file to our email address: contact@vertabelo.com


Best regards,

Adam


Hello Linda,


Yes, they have changed. New steps are as follows:

1. Click "My Account" on top menu.

2. Click on the "Add billing data" button ("Billing data for your account" section)
3. Enter new credit card info and click "Save"


I hope this helps you.

Best regards,

Adam

Hello,


Yes, that is all.

In some cases we extend a trial period for one more week. I have extended yours too.


Best regards,

Adam