Oracle Schema Comparison and Synch Tool

dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle is a comprehensive tool for database schema comparison and synchronization that can be used both by application developers and database administrators (DBAs). This Oracle comparison tool can become a great assistant when you need to identify the impact of changes made to your database schema, as it easily points out all differences and allows generating customized Oracle schema synchronization script.

How dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle Can Help DBAs and Developers?

  • Compare and synchronize Oracle database schemas
  • Analyze an impact of application upgrades on a database
  • Generate schema comparison reports in Excel and HTML formats
  • Eliminate mistakes in schema changes propagation across the environments
  • Track production database changes and customizations
  • Export Oracle schema to SQL
  • Generate SQL*Plus script to update one schema to match another
  • Make schema snapshots for savepoints in database development process
  • Automate migration of schema changes using command line interface
  • Improve Oracle schema versioning using source control integration

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Oracle Schema Compare Benefits

  • Rich and thoroughly developed functionality
  • Outstanding performance when comparing large databases
  • Wide support for Oracle versions
  • Affordable price and one year of free product updates
  • Excellent user support. We go all the way when solving our users' problems.

What people say

This schema compare tool really makes my job easier when making large database changes. Keep up the good work.

Brian Pelton