DataWeigher 3.4

 

DataWeigher 3.4
DataWeigher 3.4 | 2 Mb

The DataWeigher is the tool to compare and synchronize data. You can select any tables and fields from two MS Access databases and the DataWeigher finds differences. The comparison result is very visual, each type of records (added, deleted, changed) has its own color. You can save the detected changes as a report or SQL script to synchronize data.

 

Key features:
Databases’ content comparison
Databases’ content synchronization
Visual representation of the comparison result
SQL script generation to synchronize databases
Excel, HTML, CSV export
User-friendly wizard interface
Data comparison of several tables at once
Automatical selection tables and fields to compare
Manual selection tables and fields to compare

Requirements:
Our software works with MS Access 2007/2010/2013 databases and requires Microsoft Jet database engine.
If you have x64 version of Microsoft Office, please install 64-bit version of Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable and use 64-bit version of our software.
If you have 32-bit version of Mircrosoft Office, please install 32-bit version of Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable and use 32-bit version of our software.

 

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