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6 votes0 comments · Oracle · Admin →Richard Mitchell responded
You can now use any source control system in the v3 release of the tool by using “Working folder” which saves changes to disk and allows you to use external tools to commit and retrieve your changes.
support retargeting: allow to skip schema "refresh" when changing connection details and schema selection3 votes0 comments · Oracle » Data Compare · Admin →
An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentDavid M commented
In general, it would be good if the configuration portion of the Project could be compared textually (and checked into version control as such). The actual compare result is a different issue. Probably a good idea to separate the configuration file (text, line-oriented for sensible version comparison) from the results file.David M supported this idea ·
7 votes0 comments · Oracle » Data Compare · Admin →
I had no idea that the .dco file was actually already in XML format. It was so big, I just assumed it was binary. That said, it's all basically a one-line XML file, which isn't useful for diffing tools, as they are basically line-based.
for now, for diffing, I can pretty-print it to line-based format, but it would be nicer if the tool rendered it's file this way on its own