Use AccessDiff to compare the objects and data between two databases. It detects missing objects in either database. AccessDiff includes a command line interface and several report export options. AccessDiff has other advanced features.
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: Compare two Access objects, two folders of databases, or any two Microsoft Access databases with AccessDiff. AccessDiff compares all Access Objects including; reports, queries, macros, code modules, and forms. Records are compared based on the primary key. AccessDiff can also compare records when there is no primary key by choosing the natural key. Differences can be exported to several different file formats; Word, Excel, CSV, HTML, and PDF. You can also compare SQL Server databases through Access Database Projects (ADP). Try AccessDiff today.
System Requirements: Microsoft Access 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010 or 2013
Change Info: New features include, compatibility with MS Access 2013, comparing two objects within the same database, ability to compare folders, the ability to compare folders on the command line, the ability to exclude text when comparing modules, and enhanced code comparison.
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