Tag Archives: SQL Compare

Getting the Script from the SQL Compare Command Line

In the last few posts, I’ve written about using the SQL Compare command line for a specific object and shown how to get a report. This post will look at getting the actual script. When we run the command line … Continue reading

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Command Line Report with SQL Compare 14

I wrote recently about the use of the command line in SQL Compare 14 to find differences for specific items. Now I want to actually see the changes to decide what to do. In the previous post, I saw the … Continue reading

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Using SQL Compare for One Procedure

A customer recently was concerned about the time to run SQL Compare for a large database. They were synching with the command line, but at times they want to just sync up a procedure or two from one database to … Continue reading

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Filtering SQL Compare to a Schema

One of the things that numerous clients have some to Redgate about is allowing a team of developers to work on a single shared database without creating conflicts. While this isn’t necessarily a simple thing to do, it is easy … Continue reading

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