18 September 2017
18 September 2017

How to examine differences with SQL Compare Summary View and SQL View

During the recent Redgate Hub Launch Livestream Steve Jones introduced the new Summary View, which is available now in SQL Compare.

The brand new Summary View is a tab that sits alongside SQL View and provides a more concise breakdown of the differences between two objects. We have achieved this by getting rid of the SQL and showing only the semantic differences between objects in a much more structured way.

Watch the video below to see how the new view works, alongside the updated SQL View:

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