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Where to find a tool for differences between two database structures
Posted by: Tore Krudtaa ()
Date: November 11, 2008 04:38AM

Hi.

Does MySql have a tool for displaying schema differences between two versions of same database?

If not, can anyone please recommend a third party tool that does the job?
Preferably free.
It must run on windows and not be a perl script.

Would be nice if the tool also look for differences in triggers and stored procedures as well.

Have seen mysqldiff.org but that is quite old and not maintained anymore.

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Where to find a tool for differences between two database structures Tore Krudtaa 11/11/2008 04:38AM
Re: Where to find a tool for differences between two database structures Peter Brawley 11/11/2008 09:46AM
Re: Where to find a tool for differences between two database structures Edwin DeSouza 11/25/2008 08:00PM
Re: Where to find a tool for differences between two database structures Paul Venuti 11/29/2008 07:01PM
Re: Where to find a tool for differences between two database structures Itamar Sion 03/02/2009 09:27AM
Re: Where to find a tool for differences between two database structures Dan P 03/05/2009 08:36AM
Re: Where to find a tool for differences between two database structures DBTYP NET 03/08/2009 06:53AM


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