Meet SQL Tools v6.0 with Massive Updates

We are delighted to inform our dbForge for SQL Server users that we have just released the hugely updated pack of our SQL Server tools, dbForge SQL Tools, v.6.0. Take a sneak peek of new features and improvements introduced in this release!

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Creating Stored Procedure for Dropping Local Temporary Tables in SQL Server

In this final part of the three-part article series, we will review creating a script, wrap it in a stored procedure, and will use it for deleting all local temp tables and one particular local temporary table.

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Detailed Review of Two Best Visual Studio Plugins for Oracle Database

The article deals with the Visual Studio add-ins for Oracle database development and management and provides an extensive comparison of two contenting add-ins for the aforesaid purpose, dbForge Fusion for Oracle and Oracle Tools for Visual Studio.

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How to Compare Multiple Databases from the Command Line

In this article, we share a step-by-step guide on how to compare the schema and data of multiple SQL Server databases from the command line.

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iODBC Driver Manager for Apple Silicon M1

iODBC Driver Manager for Apple Silicone M1

As you may have heard, Apple has started shipping Macs with its own custom-designed Arm-based chip called M1. ODBC drivers for Mac require the iODBC driver manager, but it appears that the current version only supports the x64-86 Intel architecture.

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ODBC Drivers with Support for Apple Silicon M1

ODBC Drivers for Apple Silicone M1

We are thrilled to announce new versions of ODBC drivers for popular database systems with support for the Apple Silicon M1 chip.

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dbForge Source Control versus Visual Studio Version Control: What’s Different?

Having a database under source control brings huge benefits. Therefore, we decided to review and compare two popular version control tools, dbForge Source Control add-in for SSMS and Visual Studio Version Control, to help you pick a tool that meets your needs best.

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Tracking Renamed Files

Summary: In this article, we will demonstrate how Review Assistant can significantly simplify tracking renamed or moved files. You will learn how to keep track of file name changes and easily see which files were moved and where.

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Storage Engines in MySQL

This article focuses on the database storage engines for MySQL that ensure appropriate performance and manage SQL operations for multiple table types. The article examines the differences between the most widely used MySQL storage engines.

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How to Create a New User Account in MySQL and Grant Permissions on a Database

This article provides a complete overview of how to create a new user account in MySQL and grant different types of privileges on a MySQL database. Learn the basics of user account management and find hints.

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