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Posted Jul 29, 2003

Red Gate Releases New SQL Data Compare V3

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Red Gate Software]

CAMBRIDGE, England, July 29, 2003 Red Gate Software has released a new version of SQL Data Compare that enables simple and fast data movement and comparison.

SQL Data Compare V3 handles all data types, including text, n-text and pictures. It features a new user interface and significant speed improvements over previous versions.

The re-write of SQL Data Compare is designed for developers and DBAs who frequently move and verify data between SQL Server databases. Examples include updating website prices, providing a sales team with the most up-to-date information, or making sure a back-up server has the correct information on it.

The article continues at http://www.red-gate.com/news/SQL_Data_Compare_V3_Release_July03.htm

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