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Hi. A vendor has designed and auto-generated code and database of an application. My company has bought the application and does access to the code and design (including xmi file). We have access to the database of which we need to pull of reports directly. The problem is that we cannot make sense of the database to extract the data we need. How do I go about making sense of the database so that I can generate report needed by the my company? We do not have even have access to the technical specification.
 
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We do not have the xmi file. We just have access to the database.
 
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