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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Structure Compare

    Hi everybody
    I want to compare structure of two database
    how could I do it?

    Thanks
    Mokhtari

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    SQLCompare by RedGate software is a product that provides as one of its features, the ability to compare all of the structural aspects of two databases, and produce an easy to understand report showing any differences that exist.

    The URL is http://www.red-gate.com .

    While there, have a look at some of the other products supplied by RedGate. They provide an array of software tools relating to database management and monitoring from a developer's perspective.

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    What differences would you be looking for specifically?

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    Or you could write your own, if you don't want to get to crazy.
    Brett
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  5. #5
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    Check out the SwisSQL DBChangeManager tool, it can compare and synchronize the SQL Server database object definitions. The resources for the comparison and synchronization can be live SQL Server database objects or the snapshot of a database, or the SQL scripts.
    It supports Command line functionality, scheduling the comparison, e-mail notifications and more..

    Refer the below link for more details,

    www.dbchangemanager.com

    Believe the above helps u..

    thanks,
    Sn

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