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Posted Sunday, September 23, 2007 10:57 AM
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Hi,

It's a great script that you have given us. Very handy to verify ETL migrations programmatically.

Just to add (probably most of you already know this), there is a tool that comes with SQL Server called "TableDiff", which pretty much does the same. Only thing, it is a command prompt tool!

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Shiva.


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Hi,
Thank you for the note, sorry for the late response.
Actually the code was first written in 2002 and I modified in 2004. I can't remember touching this code after that. When I wrote the code there weren't many tools for this purpose and I wrote it for personal use.

This tool may have little value now as there are many tools available. But that was not the case when it was written. :)



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