June 02, 2011
Devart Team is proud to announce the release of
dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle 2.0.
While the first version of the product was being launched, we were already working
on its next release, because it was quite clear that dbForge Schema Compare 1.0
is just a good starting point. We did not even manage to implement all the functionality
that was on our roadmap, to say nothing of our users' suggestions and wishes.
Our main purpose was and still is to give Oracle developers and DBAs a tool that
would maximize their productivity, reduce application lifecycle costs, and decrease
application downtime caused by upgrades.
So, the version 2.0 is out now, and all its capabilities combined with your potential
will make you an honourable Oracle specialist!
Below is a short overview of the new product functionality.
Schema snapshots and version control integration
The new version allows you to create schema snapshots, that are frequently used
for audit and roll-back purposes, and automatically commit them to
version control system, compare previous versions of schema with the current
one (source control integration).
This functionality is extremely useful, as it provides a simple approach to significantly
reduce time and effort needed for analyzing changes available in different database
Command line support
Use command line to automate routine synchronizations. Now such tasks can be accomplished
in the automatic unattended mode. This functionality allows one to use our tool
for setting up continuous integration.
Comparison and synchronization of wrapped and unwrapped objects
With the help of this functionality, you can compare wrapped and unwrapped PL/SQL
objects. This will allow you to detect changes in the production database, where
objects are wrapped.
Extended support of schema objects
The new version supports clusters, object permissions, and java-source
objects (for Professional
Consumers can give the updated dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle a test drive by
downloading the 30-day trial Professional edition at the product
download page. dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle license price starts at $149.95.
To leave feedback, users can go to the
dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle feedback page. The Devart team is looking
forward to receiving any comments and suggestions.