How to automatically synchronize data in two SQL Server databases on a schedule

Synchronizing Data How To

Data in SQL databases often needs to be synchronized in real time – this can be achieved by checking one database for updates and then applying them to another database. In this case, the process of change detection and synchronization should be ran automatically on a schedule and with no need for outside intervention. Read the rest of this entry »

Welcome to the Future of SQL Database Development!

We are thrilled to announce the most notable addition to our dbForge for SQL Server product line in years, dbForge DevOps Automation for SQL Server. Read the rest of this entry »

Devart sponsored SQLSaturday 857 in Kyiv, Ukraine

SQL Saturday Kyiv 2019

SQLSaturday is one of the largest free-to-attend IT events in Ukraine, and Devart was its Gold Sponsor this time.

We had a lot of new product to show, gave a lot of interesting talks and had many interesting productive conversations. Read the rest of this entry »

Cutting-edge IDE for PostgreSQL Keeps Gradually Improving

We are delighted to inform our PostgreSQL users about the release of a new version of our PostgreSQL GUI, dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL, v2.1! Day by day, our developers are working to make the tool the ultimate solution for everything PostgreSQL. In this release, along with traditional bug fixes,  we introduced a new connectivity option, a brand new feature for optimizing queries, as well as a number of notable improvements to Code Completion, and Database Explorer. Read the rest of this entry »

Execution history in SQL Complete

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dbForge SQL Complete includes the whole range of options that provide possibilities for powerful optimization and great performance increase. Execution history is an important part of this list. It is included into the Standard and Express edition package. The feature stores basic information about executed SQL statements for a certain period. Read the rest of this entry »

How to activate and use SQL Complete Express

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dbForge SQL Complete is a multifunctional add-in for SSMS that simplifies the development and administration processes greatly. Our users have an opportunity to use this tool in two editions: Standard and Express. The availability of a free Express edition appears after the 30-day trial Standard. Let’s see what the user has to do to start using dbForge SQL Complete Express.

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Visual Studio 2019 Updates Summary

Visual Studio 2019 Summary

On the 2nd of April, Visual Studio 2019 has been presented with all its new features on the official release event. While we streamed the event in its entirety on our website, we understand that not everyone was able to watch it. So, we decided to write this summary for those who didn’t manage to tune in on the event day but still want to learn about Visual Studio’s new and improved functionality. Read the rest of this entry »

Visual Studio 2019 Support in LINQ Insight 3.7 and T4 Editor 1.0.10

Devart is glad to announce the release of the LINQ Insight 3.7, our design-time LINQ debugger and profiling add-on for Visual Studio, and T4 Editor 1.0.10 – our free Visual Studio extension. New versions of Devart products offer you support for Visual Studio 2019. Read the rest of this entry »

New Look and Oracle 19c Support in dbForge Studio for Oracle Update 4.1!

dbForge Studio for Oracle 4.1 release

We are glad to announce that dbForge Studio for Oracle has just seen a new 4.1 update introducing a new skin, support for Oracle 19c, AutoCommit mode and dramatically improved schema comparison performance. Read the rest of this entry »

Visual Studio 2019 Support in Devart .NET Connectivity Solutions!

Devart is glad to announce the release of the new versions of dotConnect ADO.NET data providers, LinqConnect – our LINQ to SQL-compatible ORM solution, and Entity Developer – our visual designer for ORM models. New versions of Devart products offer you support for Visual Studio 2019.
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