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Creating a delta between two SQL 2000 schemas

I am new to SQL Server. I have a background in PROGRESS RDBMS. Is any way to create a delta between two SQL 2000 schemas? In my experience with PROGRESS, this has been a relatively simple process: the source database and target database are selected and the resultant file can be used to make the schema of the target database the same as the source. This is a fairly standard task in a 3-tier development environment with Development, Test and Deployment Environments. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

That capability is not built into SQL Server. The two tools that I use for this are SQL Compare from Red Gate or DBArtisan Change Manager from Embarcadero Technologies.

 

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