This database utility lets you compare any two databases and report the structural and data differences between them.
It then enables you to synchronize the differences.
The program supports any OLE or ODBC-compliant database. It provides a built-in reporting tool and an export-to-file feature so you can document the database schema and records. An SQL query wizard lets you select particular columns and filter specific records. It can also generate SQL DDL scripts to reproduce or record the database structure.
Once comparisons are complete, the program presents a detailed on-screen summary. From here it can automatically generate the appropriate SQL statements to bring the database up-to-date. These statements can be saved to a separate SQL script file for later execution or applied directly. The entire comparison results can also be saved to a document file or printed out as a HTML report.
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