Choose an edition that's right for you

dbForge Schema Compare for SQL Server comes in two editions:

Standard edition contains all basic functionality that helps you quickly and efficiently compare, merge and synchronize SQL Server database schemas.

Professional edition comes with a full package of advanced features that allow you to compare native SQL Server backups, create and compare database schema script folders, perform version control schema comparison and use a command line interface, all the while supporting SVN, TFS, P4, Vault, GIT, MercurialŠ±, Plastic SCM, Azure DevOps - and much more!

The matrix below compares features of dbForge Schema Compare Standard and Professional editions.

Most popular
Professional
Full-featured edition
$399.95
Standard
Basic functionality
$299.95
Features
Conectivity

Connectivity to Servers and Clouds

Professional
Standard
SQL Server 2019 - 2000
Yes
Yes
SQL Server installed on Linux
Yes
Yes
SQL Data Warehouse (SQL DW)
Yes
Yes
SQL Server on Amazon RDS databases
Yes
Yes
Heroku Cloud
Yes
Yes
SQL Azure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Yes
Yes
Azure DevOps, Git, SVN, TFS, P4, Vault, Mercurial, Plastic SCM
Yes
None
Integration

Integration

Professional
Standard
Options

Options

Professional
Standard
Compare and deploy changes to SQL Server database schemas (from development, to test, to production environments)
Yes
Yes
Generate error-free T-SQL deployment scripts that update one SQL Server database to match the schema of another
Yes
Yes
Review deployment warnings about anything you need to be aware of before updating SQL Server schemas
Yes
Yes
Save readable schema update deployment scripts for later use or the review your colleagues
Yes
Yes
Rely on automatically checking the dependency of the object that uses for scripting objects in the correct order for updates
Yes
Yes
Perform a comparison the content of encrypted stored routines that created with help of the WITH ENCRYPTION clause
Yes
Yes
Save schema comparison and synchronization settings to a project for re-execution later
Yes
Yes
Migrate a selection of individual schema differences between the SQL objects in the source and destination databases
Yes
Yes
Save database schema snapshots for audit and roll-back purposes
Yes
Yes
Compare of two revisions in the same branch of the version control system to restore databases as of the point-in-time state
Yes
No
Deploy scripts saved as SQL files in source control to a new or existing SQL database
Yes
No
Restore a single object or selection of objects from a SQL Server backup file
Yes
No