ApexSQL Compare 2020 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Compare 2020 has been released

About ApexSQL Compare: ApexSQL Compare is a tool that can compare files, SQL Server objects, and folders. It can also be integrated as an add-in into SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio or it can be used directly from command line interface. It can perform two-way script comparison and create a merged file. Three comparison modes include Character, Line and Block comparison modes, along with the appropriate syntax highlighting.

March 17, 2020

SQL Server 2019 GA support for ApexSQL products

We are happy to announce that very soon all of the ApexSQL products will support the SQL Server 2019 general availability version, that became publicly available on November 4, 2019.

November 5, 2019

ApexSQL visual experiences

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During the previous year, we’ve focused extensively on visual improvements and performed a full overhaul of all ApexSQL applications – both standalone and add-ins.

July 1, 2019

ApexSQL Compare 2018 R4 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Compare 2018 R4 has been released

About ApexSQL Compare: ApexSQL Compare is a tool that can compare files, SQL Server objects, and folders. It can also be integrated as an add-in into SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio or it can be used directly from command line interface. It can perform two-way script comparison and create a merged file. Three comparison modes include Character, Line and Block comparison modes, along with the appropriate syntax highlighting.

June 13, 2019

ApexSQL Compare 2018 R3 – Product update alert

ApexSQL Compare 2018 R3 has been released

About ApexSQL Compare: ApexSQL Compare is a tool that can compare files, SQL Server objects, and folders. It can also be integrated as an add-in into SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio or it can be used directly from command line interface. It can perform two-way script comparison and create a merged file. Three comparison modes include Character, Line and Block comparison modes, along with the appropriate syntax highlighting.

March 28, 2019