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Compare database structures.   Demo ($24.99)
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System-I DB Compare Lite helps you to compare structure between two different databases. The comparison is first of all the tables, and then field by field.

Please note that comparison will be made ONLY for the structure (tables and field) and not for the field content.

Supported database types are:
  • MySql
  • RealServer
  • CubeSQLServer
  • SQLite
Comparison can also be made between two different types of database (eg MySQL and SQLite).

The response comes with three levels of alert:
  • Table of OK
What's New
Version 1.1.1:
  • Now it's possible to open SQLite database with any filename extension.
  • New hi-res icon
Requirements
  • OS X 10.7 or later
  • Intel



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Downloads:933
Version Downloads:445
Type:Internet : Reference
License:Demo
Date:15 Nov 2012
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $24.99
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System-I DB Compare Lite helps you to compare structure between two different databases. The comparison is first of all the tables, and then field by field.

Please note that comparison will be made ONLY for the structure (tables and field) and not for the field content.

Supported database types are:
  • MySql
  • RealServer
  • CubeSQLServer
  • SQLite
Comparison can also be made between two different types of database (eg MySQL and SQLite).

The response comes with three levels of alert:
  • Table of OK means that the table is nominated in both databases, it contains the same fields and the same type
  • Table not OK means that the table is missing in one of the two databases
  • Field not OK then, means that the table is a difference between one or more fields, you then need to click on the line to see what differences there are (a field may be missing or different type)
Lite version compares only first 2 tables


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