Free SQL Compare 1.0 Description

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The SQL Compare application will allow you to compare the structure of two SQL server databases and display all the differences between them. You can compare databases online or you can take snapshots of the structure of the databases and compare them off-line, which is ideal for when you have a regularly update database and want to check if the all the changes to the database were committed successfully. Also allows you to save the results of the comparison to an HTML file.



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Category: Programming > Developer Tools

Size: 0.42MB

OS: Win 95/98/NT/2000

Downloads: 22092

License: Freeware

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