Devart Team introduces
dbForge Schema Compare
as an alternative to Oracle Change Management Pack.
These two solutions are intended to help database administrators (DBAs) and application
developers to automate the process of promoting planned schema changes
from development to production. They also help enterprises easily identify the impact
of application upgrades on customizations and can pinpoint and remediate unplanned
schema changes that are often the cause of application downtime.
Overview of Oracle Change Management Pack
Oracle Change Management Pack helps enterprises assess the impact of application
upgrades by automatically identifying schema changes specific to each
The tool can provide application developers with the specific details on each
such as new columns added to tables, old indexes that were dropped
or business logic changes made to PL/SQL based objects, so that they can modify
their customization accordingly.
Using Oracle Change Management Pack, DBAs can pinpoint ad hoc changes made to production
databases by comparing the current production environment with an established gold
baseline standard representing the optimal state of the production database schema.
Upon identifying the missing or misconfigured schema objects, DBAs can restore
the production environment to its original state by re-generating the relevant
from the established baseline standard.
Overview of dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle
dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle is a powerful, fast and easy-to-use tool for comparing
and synchronizing Oracle database schemas. It helps you quickly compare schemas,
find differences, generate scripts, and then effortlessly synchronize the
Oracle database schemas. All this is done in a clear graphical interface.
The main features of our product are:
Broad support of Oracle 9i, 10, 11 R2 Express Edition, Oracle XE
Compares database structures across different server versions and correctly downgrades
capabilities of the target database to the source database if needed.
Compares tables, views, functions, procedures, packages, DML triggers, sequences,
synonyms, user types (object types, collections types), materialized views, materialized
view logs, XML schemas, database links, Java sources, clusters.
Convenient and easy-to-follow wizards for comparison and synchronization.
Custom schema mapping.
Clear presentation of comparison results, extended opportunities for management.
Integrated SQL editor for advanced management of SQL scripts.
To get acquainted with all features of the tool, refer to the