xSQL Software's Database Comparison Tools Now Support SQL Server 2008
October 6, 2008
For Immediate Release
Atlanta, GA – October 6, 2008 – xSQL Software, a provider of SQL Server tools, Oracle tools, and other database tools announces the release
of version 3 of its database comparison and synchronization tools, xSQL Object for comparing and synchronizing
database schemas, xSQL Data Compare for comparing and synchronizing data in two SQL Server databases and
xSQL SDK for integrating database comparison and synchronization functionality into your applications.
In addition of enhancements and improvements to the previous version's functionality the new version also brings
full support for SQL Server 2008 - virtually all of the newly introduced datatypes and objects are supported.
"A lot of database administrators and developers that have come to rely on our database comparison and synchronization
tools for managing database schema and data changes are already upgrading some or all of their databases to SQL Server 2008"
said Naim Sula the CEO of xSQL Software. "This timely release re-assures our users that they have made the
right choice by making xSQL Software's tools part of their tool kit."
The new features and enhancements introduced by this new version of xSQL Object, xSQL Data Compare and xSQL SDK include:
- Support for all new or enhanced data types such as geography, geometry, hierarchyID etc.
- Support for the table level change tracking feature introduced by SQL Server 2008.
- Data compression support for tables, primary key constraints, unique constraints and indexes.
- Support for the enhanced full-text catalogs and indexes.
- Support for Remote Service bindings for Service Broker.
- Improved object dependency handling.
xSQL Object V3, xSQL Data Compare V3 and xSQL SDK V3 are available immediately from xSQL Software's
web site at https://www.xsql.com.
Important note on licensing: xSQL Software's database comparison and synchronization tools, xSQL Object and
xSQL Data Compare will continue to be free for SQL Server Express without any limitations as well as for all other
editions of SQL Server with limitations based on the number of objects on the database. Current limitations can be