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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. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. When entering ignore mask into PublicSynonym section, the ignore does not work - all public synonyms are still compared. But if the same ignore mask is entered into Synonym section, public synonyms are affected.

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  8. Please add advanced filtering in Schema Compare. E.g. wildcard or regex matches to only show objects matching a certain criteria.

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  9. For background on Oracle's interval partitioning feature, see chapter 4 of Oracle Database Concept for release 12.2.

    Our practice is to create interval-partitioned tables with the minimum number of partitions necessary to create the table (usually just one partition), and let Oracle create all others as data arrives requiring them. Between test, QA, and production databases, data arrives at different times, giving rise to automatic creation of different partitions. But because these differences are only a side-effect of different contents, they are not relevant, in the same way that differences in system-generated constraint names are not relevant. Changing the partition…

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  10. Please separate type specifications and type bodies. (e.g. "CREATE TYPE FOO AS OBJECT" and "CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE BODY FOO"). Most of the time our changes are only to the body but Schema Compare will try to recreate the spec on deployment even if the spec has not changed.

    This will fail if it has dependencies and make automated builds fail when using the Deployment Suite for Oracle with a build system.

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  11. When we create a syncronization script we have diffrent order of objects from time to time. It is not very good for us, because it is hard to find out changes.
    Could you please make that the order does not change (for example in alphabetical order).

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  12. Oracle schema compare should install also in a portable way.

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  13. It would be good if generating source control files where would be control how files are named.
    Data Compare does not allow joining related objects (like table with alias and indexes), so allowing to change alias name filenames and index filenames patterns would be nice (like prefix+tablename+fieldname for index)

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  14. Add concurrent licensing system to the product so you can use it on Citrix Xenapp.

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  15. Include constraints that's against other schemas

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  16. When you put a and interactive-html-report and its images folder underneath htdoc of an http-server, the images fail to show in Firefox while working fine in Internet-Explorer. This can be fixed easily by changing function SetupImagesDir() :
    instead of the currently generated backslash:
    imagesdir = reportFileName + "images\";
    use forward slash:
    imagesdir = reportFileName + "
    images\/";

    In my tests this works in both IE and FF both via direct file and http-server.

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    We are hoping to soon update the report entirely to be more consistent with the report generated by SQL Compare, the SQL Server sister tool. Please let us know if you have any other suggestions on what the report should show.

  17. When using the interactive html report currently a new folder for each new report is generated containing the exact same images. There should just be a general images folder by all reports. Alternatively there should also be an option to use images from redgate website remotely. This would make it easier to send out differences reports as e-mail.

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  18. When generating a schema compare report there is the option to "Also include identical objects". When you choose that you get again ALL object types of identical objects. I want to be able to include only the identical objects of the filtered object type, which is possible for differing objects via choosing "Objects selected for deploment". I think objects excluded by filter should also be excluded in the report, no matter what.

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  19. In 99% of cases i need NOT to deploy affected objects. I do small, incremental deploys.

    So i need an option so that SOCO, at deploy, will uncheck be default the checkbox "Deploy all affected objects" and to uncheck all the items in the affacted items list.

    There are cases when, if I forget to uncheck "Deploy all affected objects."and to uncheck "objects affected" I will put some productions down.

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  20. I have multiple different objects between schema and i nedd to compare only onjects (filter objects) that corespond to a more complex criteria (not just by name). I would filter for example by creation date (in a certain interval), object type, eventually the name, and other custom criteria.

    It would be very nice that in the project properties (or near the filter by name) user could have an edit box to edit the custom criteria.

    For example, criteria could look like:
    (objectname like 'TR%' or objectname like '%BN') and objecttype in ('VIEW', 'TABLE') and createddate>sysdate-3)

    The…

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