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Posted - 10/04/2001 :  22:55:35  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Alexey submitted "Database design often means re-using again and again parts of the same database schema, maintaining similar but still
distinct databases, doing frequent schema changes, keeping track of multiple schema versions and synchronizing database structures on remote customers' machines. Without the proper tools, such activity may quickly become very time consuming and troublesome.

SeQueLizer IDE gives you a complete, clean and hassle-free environment for maintaining the structure of your database in a set of well-structured, well-commented, readable and reusable SQL scripts. The program includes:

* SQL-oriented text editor,
* macro preprocessor,
* script debugger,
* schema decompiler,
* DDL analyzer with its internal schema model,
* Schema difference engine with delta-script generation,
* A stand-alone database update utility,
* MS Visual SourceSafe integration

SeQueLizer IDE will help you throughout the whole database development cycle, from creating the SQL scripts, to building a database from these scripts and to performing two-way syncronization whenever either the scripts or the database are changed. Version control both on the database level and
on the script level eliminates database versioning headaches and simplifies the team work."

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