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Publisher's Descriptions
 Use MSSQL Schema Diff to compare database schemas. It quickly and easily locates
structural differences between two SQL Server databases. Results are clearly displayed with MSSQL
objects in a familiar SQL Management Studio tree layout with property comparisons in a matching data grid.
Intuitive icons and color codes make it easy to spot differences. Filter buttons make it easy to narrow down
to just what is different or missing from one or the other database. Usage is simple; simply select two
MSSQL databases, click Compare, then browse the differences.

You can download MSSQL.SchemaDiff free here.
System Requirements
.NET Framework 3.5 installed; Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or higher

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