SQL Examiner 1.2 is now available


December 12, 2005 - SQL Examiner 1.2 has been released. The new version our database comparison and synchronization tool also supports partial synchronization when only separate columns or constraints are synchronized.

Have you ever come across problems when synchronizing schemas of various versions of a database?
Use SQL Examiner and say goodbye to such problems! You will have a professional solution, which guarantees the optimization of the synchronization process and saves time too.

SQL Examiner finds and analyzes differences in schemas of different versions of databases no matter how complex their schemas, and provides you with a detailed description of differences, and generates a script which synchronizes the compared databases.

Besides full support for SQL Server 2005, including new data types, indexes, schemas, and triggers, SQL Examiner demonstrates high flexibility in terms of a comparison source. Comparison runs equally well on a backup copy, a detached database or database snapshots. The new version also supports partial synchronization when only separate columns or constraints are synchronized, and the exclusion of dependent objects from synchronization.

Usability, useful features, high performance rate, guaranteed high-quality results and more. Try it for yourself!

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