Devart Delivers dbForge Schema Compare for SQL Server 2.00 to Database Professionals
Schema Compare for SQL Server 2.00 will compare schema snapshots, database backups,
and database changes in version control systems to accelerate the work of advanced
January 15, 2010
Devart today announced the public availability of
Schema Compare for SQL Server 2.00 that delivers new capabilities to help
customers more effectively compare databases and more quickly migrate schema changes
across different SQL Server versions.
Featuring new functionality, the tool is better equipped to span a full spectrum
of database comparison and synchronization tasks and allows completing them at a
The highlights of Schema Compare for SQL Server 2.00 include:
Support of native SQL Server backups
The users can use native SQL Server backups as a metadata source and compare them.
It adds a new way to compare and update database structures without manual work.
Database comparison and synchronization via command line
This is especially useful for the users, who do repeated schema comparison and synchronization.
It is enough to set a comparison once and the tool will prepare a file with required
command line arguments - Source and Target connection strings, comparison options
and settings. The users can schedule the launch time for the processes specified
in the file and escape any waiting.
Tracking database changes using version control systems
This prevents several developers from changing database objects simultaneously.
Now it is easy to revert to earlier revisions and quickly identify who and when
changed the objects. Comparison takes less time as schema snapshots are compared.
dbForge Schema Compare uses two most popular version control systems — SVN
Generating comparison and synchronization reports
Now publishing differences between databases is automated and offered as clear and
professionally looking reports.
Check the benefits yourself,
download dbForge Schema Compare for SQL Server 2.00 now for free.
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