What’s new in ApexSQL Data Diff 2016 R2

In the new version of ApexSQL Data Diff 2016 R2, many new features and enhancements have been added.

SQL Server 2016 support

ApexSQL Data Diff 2016 R2 fully supports the latest release of SQL Server 2016, for which databases and backups can be compared and synchronized. Currently, SQL Server Management Studio 2016 add-in integration is not supported, but it will be implemented in the next release of ApexSQL Data Diff. The support schedule for ApexSQL Data Diff’s add-in integration, along with the other ApexSQL tools, can be seen here.

May 25, 2016

ApexSQL Data Diff 2016 R2 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Data Diff 2016 R2 has been released

Type: Major feature, medium fix release

About ApexSQL Data Diff: ApexSQL Data Diff is a SQL Server data comparison and synchronization tool that detects data differences and resolves them without errors. It compares and synchronizes live databases and native or natively compressed backups and generates comprehensive reports on the detected differences.

May 25, 2016

ApexSQL Trigger 2016 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Trigger 2016 has been released.

Type: Major feature, medium fix release

About ApexSQL Trigger: ApexSQL Trigger is an auditing tool for SQL Server databases which captures DML/DDL changes that have occurred including information on who made the change, which objects were affected by it, when it was made, as well as information on the SQL login, application, and host used to make the change.

May 19, 2016

ApexSQL Clean 2016 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Clean 2016 has been released

Type: Major feature, major fix release

About ApexSQL Clean: ApexSQL Clean analyzes SQL Server database object dependencies and the impact of potential deletions on your SQL database. It determines object interrelationships within the database, between external databases, scripts and even applications

May 18, 2016

ApexSQL Script 2016 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Script 2016 has been released

Type: Major feature, medium fix release

About ApexSQL Script: ApexSQL Script is a SQL Server tool that scripts database objects and data into a SQL scripts, .NET solutions and executable installers. It can export live databases directly to version control and can automate and schedule the migration processes.

May 10, 2016

ApexSQL Source Control 2016 R2 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Source Control 2016 R2 has been released.

Type: Medium feature, major fix release

About ApexSQL Source Control: ApexSQL Source Control is a SQL Server Management Studio add-in, which allows you to version control SQL databases and objects. It integrates with all major source control systems and provides all object versioning features, without the need for an additional source control client.

April 27, 2016

Bravo team update: ApexSQL Doc and ApexSQL Clean

What have you been working on?

We have released ApexSQL Doc 2016 R2 maintenance version

We are currently working on ApexSQL Clean 2016 major version – a tool that analyzes SQL Server database objects’ dependencies, the impact of potential deletions on your SQL database, determines objects’ interrelationships within the database, between external databases, scripts and even applications.

April 22, 2016

ApexSQL Doc 2016 R2 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Doc 2016 R2 has been released

Type: Major feature, minor fix release

About ApexSQL Doc: ApexSQL Doc is a documenting tool for SQL Server instances, databases, objects, SQL Server Integration Services packages and SQL Server Analysis services cubes. It generates comprehensive documentation in a number of formats including CHM, HTML, Microsoft Word’s DOC and DOCX, and PDF.

April 19, 2016

ApexSQL Log gets non-profit robotics team back in the game

We are proud of providing help to our friends from the FIRST Robotics team (www.firstinspires.org)

These guys were at the competition against 35+ other teams. The goal of the game was to get through the defenses in front of the robots and take over the castle by getting enough boulders (grey balls) into the holes. The kids had to design/CAD their robots from scratch (that’s why they all look so different), then program them in Java, etc.  Also, they were writing software that tracks all the robots and how they do during each match in great detail.

April 11, 2016