Easy database version control with Git, SVN, and TFS
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Source Control for Oracle is a Windows application that makes it easy to version-control your schemas and static data with Git, SVN, and TFS. You can continue making changes in your IDE without the need to work on separate script files, so there's no disruption to the way you work.
Store and share any Oracle database object and static data. Committing and updating takes two clicks in the Object Explorer.
To see what’s new, you can check changes down to the individual data rows, with highlighted changed records.
Source Control for Oracle checks your changes into version control for you — so you don't have to rely on manual scripting and source-controlling processes. You can compare changes to source control and see highlighted differences. When you're ready, just type a message and click Check in.
The History tab shows every change, so you can easily track which objects were changed, who checked them in, and when. Each object can be compared before and after check-in with the differences viewer. If something went wrong with your latest change, the difference viewer makes it easy to spot and fix.
Source Control for Oracle works independently of your editor, so whether you use SQL Developer or PL/SQL Developer, you don't have to change how you work on your database. Minimized, the tool keeps the team up-to-date through task bar notifications while you work.
If your team works on a shared development database, you can lock objects while you work on them. If someone tries to edit an object, the server will return an error message. Comments can be added when locking objects to aid communication across the team. Learn how this feature works by visiting our documentation site.
Source Control for Oracle makes setting up sandboxed environments easy. Developers can get the latest version from version control before starting work to make sure they're not overwriting other people's changes. When a new person joins the team, it's simple to get them up and running with a fresh copy of the database in version control.
Connect to other version control systems (eg Mercurial, Perforce, Vault, ClearCase) via a working folder. Use your existing tools to commit changes, and use Source Control for Oracle to quickly modify scripts and databases.