Synchronize the schema of SQL Server Databases, on-premise and on Azure
Fast, safe across versions, plenty of options, these are just a few features of the Schema Compare for SQL Server.
A simple user-interface allows you to accomplish all your tasks quickly and efficiently,
a comprehensive command line combined with the command line wizard performs the same operations in batch files or on schedules.
Synchronize the data of SQL Server Databases, on-premise and on Azure
Comparing tables and views, simple and complex types, a few rows or millions of them, data compare will get the job the done.
Saved sessions, data differences report, the command line and command line wizard, full support for all SQL Server versions, include Azure Databases, these are some of the features included in Data Compare for SQL Server.
Integrate schema comparison in your own apps using our Schema Comparison SDK
Comprehensive, fast with a small footprint, Schema Compare SDK is the framework that powers most of our tools.
We made it available, so that you can use it to perform schema comparison in your own app with just a few lines of code. Tested extensively
over the years, Schema Compare SDK supports every version for SQL Server, starting with SQL 2005, including the latest Azure Databases.
Synchronize the schema of Oracle Databases from 10g to 19c
There are plenty of schema comparison tools for Oracle today, but most of them only scratch the surface.
There is a good reason for that: Oracle is hard. We designed our schema compare to be simple and hides the Oracle complexity so that you can focus on things that are important to you.
Give it a try and let us know what you think.
Synchronize the data of the Oracle Schemas from 9i to 19c
The Oracle comparison package wouldn't be complete without the data synchronization tool.
Whether your schemas have a few rows or millions of them, simple or complex tables, native or object types, Data Compare will handle them quickly and efficiently.
Give it a try today.
Generate executable packages from a master database and deploy them to your users
What if you had tens or even hundreds of users, some of them on remote locations with no reliable connection to the head office,
how would you push schema changes to their databases? Use our Builder for SQL Server.
Builder performs this task by taking a snapshot of your master schema and generating an executable package, with the snapshot embedded in it.
On the user machines the executable package code compares the master snapshot with the user database and synchronizes them, it's that simple.
Trace, collect, filter and analyze database events, on one or multiple servers simultaneously
Profiler extends the tracing capabilities of SQL Server by tracking multiple sources at once, adding powerful filtering criteria,
allowing precise and scheduled data collection, to name a few features. Give it a try today.
Builds and executes script packages against one or multiple databases
Script Executor allows you to build packages, containing SQL scripts, and run them interactively in the UI or in batch files via the command line.
Constraints can be added to branch the script execution logic based on whether a step completes, succeeds or fails.
you can also generate executables and run them in machines that don't have the Script Executor installed.
Supports SQL Server, DB2 and MySql databases.
Comprehensive, uniform and easy-to-navigate database documentation
Documenter generates database documentation in HTML or CHM (compiled help) format, and, most importantly,
it supports most of the database management systems in existence today.
You can extract comments directly from your data source, generate DDL statements for almost any object and include graphs built from dependencies and primary key/foreign key relationship.
Even though RSS standard is not as popular as it used to be, still it is a compact and well known format that could be used for your data.
RSS Reporter, via a simple web interface, can generate Atom and RSS feeds from any SQL query.
It also includes a few built-in feeds, such as the SQL Server jobs, the job execution history, database allocated size and more.
Sql Search is a nice little tool that is provided to you with no charge.
It searches the name and owner of database objects, the definition of stored procedures, views, functions and triggers, SQL Server jobs and more.
You can run on its own or as an add-in for SQL Server Management Studio.
Give it try and, if you like to add features to it, please let us know.