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Posted Friday, January 22, 2010 6:16 AM
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I looked a Red Gate but I didn't see the filtering functionality. The data in Company A is a subset of what is stored in the Central database. Looks like I would be bombarded with rows in Central but not in Company A errors. To make things more interesting, we have data that synch's everywhere like Vendors, but Invoices, Payments, Inventory are Company specific............

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I'll be sure to remember that as a feature when I come to write my one!

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Posted Friday, January 22, 2010 7:01 AM
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Posted Friday, January 22, 2010 7:46 AM
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Does any one know of a tool which actually converts T-SQL procedures/Triggers/Functions to PL/SQL ?

I had got the project where they need to convert code to pl/sql format. Only code and no data migration ?

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Nice list - thanks



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Here are some free tools
http://www.sqldbtools.com/Tools.aspx
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Posted Monday, January 25, 2010 5:11 PM
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mike.styers (1/22/2010)
I looked a Red Gate but I didn't see the filtering functionality. The data in Company A is a subset of what is stored in the Central database. Looks like I would be bombarded with rows in Central but not in Company A errors. To make things more interesting, we have data that synch's everywhere like Vendors, but Invoices, Payments, Inventory are Company specific............

Thanks for the response,

M


Hi Mike,
SQL Data Compare can filter rows from the source and/or target using the "Where Clause" feature in the Tables and Views tab (project options). Is this what you're looking for? Please email support if you need assistance!
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Hello, just wanted to add one more tool to the belt (besides, it was notably absent):

SQL Everywhere - a free SQL Server IDE (Integrated Development Environment) which supports all versions of Microsoft SQL Server from 2000 to 2008 and comes with the most fully-featured and accurate SQL Intellisense® engine available – use it to turbocharge your productivity!

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