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  1. Hi, i have a question about interactive html report file. Maybe it is possible to add buttons in it like in schema compare for jumping between changes, because now its not really comfortable to navigate, when you have to scroll and find one change on big file. And finally you find that there is the difference only on space or tab. Also maybe it is possible to have alignment of code not on left side, but like in database - that spaces, tabs wouldn't be removed.

    Here is the link where i got answered to this question. But he just…

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  2. I would like to have the option (like in TortoiseSVN) to be able to check all revisions in which the indicated object was changed (either by name or by click). The history of the specified object would be very helpful.

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    Currently, in the tool, we only show all the history.  If you use TortoiseSVN or another VCS client or command line, you can see the history for a particular object by locating that object's file in the repository and viewing that file's history.

  3. Currently the Schema compare for ORACLE doesnt support the below objects.
    1. ATTRIBUTE DIMENSION
    2. HIERARCHY
    3. ANALYTIC VIEW

    These have been available since Oracle12c. It would be nice for redgate to support all the Oracle object types from the latest database versions.

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  4. Hi Team,

    Lock and unlock the objects in oracle. Anyone can unlock and lock the objects, but our requirement it's should be configurable. some admin or some user has control to unlock the objects.

    For example, User ABC Locked the EMP tables currently anyone can unlock the objects but it's should either ABC user need to unlock or give some admin user to unlock the objects. We need to some control required to maintain the locking and unlocking the objects and there is no audit info as well.

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  5. Since you can't update the values, why compare them in the first place?

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  6. The Azure DevOps extensions for SQL Server allow you to build the solution on check-in of new code without needing a target database to build against. Having similar extensions with this ability for Oracle to match what we can do with SQL Server would be fantastic.

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  7. We use DBMSRLS to filter data based on the Oracle Context object. The context is set using a login script which is then used as part of a table policy. More information is available at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E2469301/appdev.11203/e23448/d_rls.htm#i1004716.

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  8. This presents a problem for fully capturing table DDL definitions that are selected for the comparison

    It is not immediately clear, and may be difficult to detect that FKs are excluded / failed to be captured, unless a full / unfiltered schema comparison is performed.

    There is no indication that the FKs are suppressed and no setting will include them.

    Are there any Schema Compare for Oracle and / or Source Control for Oracle users who would like to see the FK keys that reference Ignored Tables to be included in the deployment script or recorded in the DDL for…

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  9. Would be nice to be able to include projects into fresh groups -- so group or similar projects could be refreshed together.

    Individual refreshes may become tedious, and the Refresh All may be too broad.

    Alt as a simpler implementation provide the ability to exclude projects from a bulk (Refresh All) -- e.g. by marking a project as inactive.

    Example:
    If I have 15 projects total:
    - 5 defined as belong to Group A,
    - 4 belong to Group B,
    - 4 are unaffiliated
    - 2 are inactive

    Would like to be able to:
    - refresh Group A (project count:…

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  10. Sometimes in non-PROD environmens vs prod we may want to have different increment by clauses on sequences.

    e.g. increment by 3 on non-Prod but increment by 1 on Prod

    Would be be nice to be able to ignore differences in the increment by clause as an ignore options (similar to the ignore option for sequence current value)

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  11. Allow for manual ordering (e.g. drag and drop and/or move up / move down functionality) for Source Control Projects (vs. by name only)

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  12. Our QA department will need proof to show that the exported Oracle 11 data is the same when imported to Oracle 12 due to the strict GMP regulations that we need to be compliant with as pharmaceutical production facility.
    As the Oracle database is part of software from a vendor we don’t do any development with Oracle. We only need the Oracle data compare tool for making sure that with the upgrade of software, the Oracle 11 data is the same as the imported data in Oracle 12 (before the new software will be installed).
    The Oracle compare tool has…

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  13. Hi,

    When Using a Range Splitted Rule and one wants to auto generate the different ranges, damasker is launching following query (I will write just an example):

    Select MIN(NUMERICFIELD) from MyTableToBeSplitted
    UNION ALL
    Select MAX(NUMERIC
    FIELD) from MyTableToBeSplitted

    This will involve reading table twice (being the default plan through FULL TABLE ACCESS or INDEX).
    Talking about big tables (which are the favourite target for Range Splitted Rules), this is too much time.

    Instead, perhaps query could be changed to the following:

    Select MIN(NUMERICFIELD) , MAX(NUMERICFIELD) from MyTableToBeSplitted

    This will improve time spent, reducing it by a 50%…

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  14. Please support proxy users. They allow people to impersonate another user which is useful for all kinds of purposes regarding security and auditing.
    So, I got this user called MyUserName which can act as a proxy user for OurSchema. To log in, I use MyUserName[OurSchema] as the username (and my own password). Then I can make modifications to OurSchema and basically work as if I'm logged in as OurSchema.
    This works well in any tool. In Schema Compare it almost works, but there seems to be an issue with the grants. The grants are not detected, so when I run…

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  15. constraints are not treated as separate objects in oracle schema compare,

    without that, how can we compare constraints alone in a database ?

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  16. CREATE TABE FOO of BAR

    If I create a table (FOO) of an object type (BAR), this table is not picked up by schema compare. This is probably because it's not listed in USERTABLES, but in USEROBJECT_TABLES.

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  17. Currently when using Data Compare for Oracle 4 if any INSERT/UPDATE throws an error in a PL/SQL block the entire block fails. Because of this the company I work for will not use the software for DML deployments. If Redgate could code error handling for each table or each block where the script will continue to update/insert SQL data even in the event of an error the software would be much more usable, robust, and practical. Thank-you for reading this. :) Please add error-handling to the DML code that is generated in the diff/sync scripts.

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  18. Ability to tick multiple items and resolve when faced with lots of conflicts

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  19. With the “Exclude Schema Names” option enabled, SCO identifies false-positive mismatches for public synonyms.

    In Oracle public synonym DDL w/o owner specified defaults the object owner to current user.

    CREATE PUBLIC SYNONYM foo_bar FOR bar
    /

    SELECT *
    FROM allsynonyms
    WHERE synonym
    name = 'FOO_BAR'
    /

    SCO happily generates the Public synonym DDL w/o the owner specified (and it can be executed as such). However, on subsequent comparisons the underlying object’s qualified name is used and the public synonyms are all identified as being different.
    e.g. CREATE OR REPLACE PUBLIC SYNONYM foobar FOR myschema.bar vs. CREATE OR…

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  20. When I look at RedGates local files, it has downloaded my whole solution. Shouldn't it just be getting the files in the database folder I specified? For bigger projects this takes a long time.

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