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    Unanswered: DBTyP.NET 2008

    DBTyP.NET compare and synchronize the structure and data of your SQL Server, Oracle, and MySQL databases.

    NEW!!! DBTyP.NET 2008 Release 3 - Main feature improvements:

    * Oracle Schema Comparison
    * GUI Improvements
    * SQL Server 2008 Ready
    * Support for SQL Server ROWGUIDCOL
    * Filtered out system objects on SQL Server databases.
    * Support SQLServer user defined types.
    * Support MySQL ENUM and SET data types.

    DBTyP.NET will save you time managing your database changes, bringing your development environment to the production or taking a whole set or just a small part of the production data to the development environment for easier debugging. It will boost up your development time and make a significant reduction of human resources.
    Cross-platform technology, which DBTyP.NET fully support, provides complete and transparent operations with databases from different vendors - SQL Server, Oracle* and MySQL. In next releases it will support PostgreSQL, Informix, DB2 and more databases which can be compared and synchronized.

    Application contains two modules: Database schema comparison and Database data comparison.

    Database Schema Comparison compares database schemas by scaning both databases and displays every schema in it's own tree view with all differences color marked. It shows at the same time full database synchronization script in both directions. For each object provides a visually colorful script difference dialog.

    Database Data Comparison compares data from both databases allowing you to select a single table (or set of tables) which needs to be compared. Results are visually shown in a fully colorful grid. At the same time, database SQL synchronization script is generated.
    The heart of the system relies on latest Microsoft's .NET technology which brings the fastest data loading. Our unique schema and data difference algorithm takes in place, especially on a large databases, where all other products crash or need hours to get a whole structure. We need just a couple of minutes in that case.
    Database comparison feature list

    * Cross database schema and data comparison and synchronization between SQL Server, Oracle* and MySQL databases
    * Analyze, compare and synchronize structure of tables, views, stored procedures, functions and constraints
    * Compare and synchronize database content
    * Mark all of your database differences in an intuitive graphical way allowing you to identify them visually within a second.
    * View Complete list


    Could you plz post it?
    Thanks

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    At the moment, this message looks like a SPAM to me. First you are looking for a tool (here) and then - voila! - here you come with DBTyP.NET.

    I've never heard of it (which doesn't mean anything as I have never heard of many things) and - probably - have expected tools like certain products of Quest Software. I'm glad that there's another tool capable of comparing and synchronizing databases, no problem about it at all, but you should rather post this advertisement in the Marketplace dBforum, not here.

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    It is not ads, I just want sb post this application. cos I need to use it.

    Thanks.

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    How do you mean "post this application"? If you'd like someone to provide a link to illegal online storage (or, perhaps, attach a zipped executable file), I'm afraid that this won't last long (i.e. will be removed as soon as moderators notice it). Otherwise, I believe that software company that produced this software might offer free trial download. In every other case, you'll have to buy it.

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    If you're looking for a similar tool then try DBDiff. There's a (function-limited) trial version available.
    90% of users' problems can be resolved by punching them - the other 10% by switching off their PCs.

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    For an Oracle Schema diff you can also use Oracle's free tool "SQL Developer"

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