xSQL Data Compare for SQL Server – Version 4

The xSQL Data Compare tool has proved extremely useful for database administrators who are required to compare, replicate and generate data using an SQL Server database. It is already widely used throughout the world, but there is now an updated version available, version 4, which promises to offer a number of improvements.


One of the main differences which you can expect to find when using this updated edition is the improved graphical user interface. This might be a feature which many might normally associate with mobile phone or tablet devices which are advertised on sites like O2.co.uk, but this can be extremely important when using computer software too, as it is something which will undoubtedly affect your day-to-day use of such programmes. With interface design developments constantly in progress over a number of technological platforms, this can often feel like the features which becomes out of date the most quickly, so updates like this can be vital.

There have also been improvements made to the xSQL Data Compare memory management capabilities. Users of the new version will no longer experience database size restrictions as a result of memory limitations. This will no doubt be extremely useful for anyone who is required to manage a larger SQL Server database. In addition, data comparison will no longer be disrupted me errors unless they are deemed to be critical. Instead, non-critical errors are simply logged in the system, allowing data comparing to continue efficiently.

These are just some of the changes which have been made to the way that this tool operates. Other improvements have been made in regard to data scripting and mapping, as well as the ability to offer additional comparison options. No doubt, these updates will prove to be extremely beneficial to those who use this application a regular basis.

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