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New Tool For Getting MS SQL Server Database info , Free :)

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New Tool For Getting MS SQL Server Database info , Free :)

Postby Softex » 30 Jul 2013, 01:37

Hello every body , while migrating a lot of databases from one server to another, we needed a quick tool to make us count imported data rows and checked that data are identical in both source and destination Microsoft SQL Server databases (2005 , 2008) , it also provides a quick tool to revise collation of all database tables and a lot of other useful features.

it is not a very complicated tool and it is not very advanced, but it is very light weighted and you can use for free which is always a good thing.

How to use: In order to use the software , just download the zip file below, extract and then click on "SoftexDBInfoTool.exe" to launch the software, there is no installation and it needs only .net framework version 2.0 , which is a free component that is already installed on all Windows machines starting from windows XP Sp2 and later, so if your computer is not over 8 years old , you will probably get it running without any installation required.

Enjoy and Happy SQL Server
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Re: New Tool For Getting MS SQL Server Database info , Free

Postby Softex » 01 Aug 2013, 18:40

Release History : 01.08.2013
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- Fixed a bug in the Row Summary Count
- Added Total value summary Fields in total Rows count across all DB Tables
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