Shows the difference between two SQL database tables
'SQLDiff' is a Web application that shows the difference between two SQL database tables. The user provides two tables, a master table -- a table that has not changed and a modified table -- which has changed (compared to the master). SQLDiff determines what has changed and displays it as sets of additions to the master, deletions from the master and columns which have changed in the modified table. If the two tables do not match, SQLDiff shows what columns they have in common; users can choose to do a diff on just those (even when the two tables are identical in format, it's useful to restrict the columns compared and show fewer changes).
released on 1 June 2006
4 March 2005
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