Microsoft SQL Server is a popular relational database. It started off as a database product called Sybase SQL Server, but from version 6.0 onwards of SQL Server the product was split from its Sybase roots and followed a separate development path. SQL Server now contains a full suite of enterprise development tools, such as a reporting server, OLAP services and data mining capabilities.
Documentation tools for SQL Server generally create technical reports showing a database's tables, views, stored procedures and other items. This technical documentation can assist with code reviews, refactoring and application migration to other platforms.