SQL Script File Organizer

I would like a utility that prints the history of actions taken on entries in a SQL script file.  

Say, an entry is added with an INSERT INTO.  Subsequently, the name is UPDATEd.  Later, the code for the entry is UPDATEd.  Similar actions are present in the script file, which is created from an accumulation over time of INSERT INTOs and UPDATEs.

I want a utility that will accumulate all actions on each entry together, giving the event by event action.  I want to avoid having to manually review the entire file, manually aggregating the information for each entry.

Does such a utility exist?
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Racim BOUDJAKDJIDatabase Architect - Dba - Data ScientistCommented:
You are looking at something that may handle your code versionning.  You may see Visual Source Safe (included in some edition of Visual Studio)...

Hope this helps...
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MOA81Commented:
Dear LarryAndro

I have never seen anything of a sort as far as I know
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MOA81Commented:
Code Safe if you are using SQL Server 2005 I don't know if this applies for 2000

Also I am not sure if its Code Source what he is looking for
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LarryAndroAuthor Commented:
Thanks for help.  chiraqkhabaria, I haven't digested everything that I found in your link.  But, I think it will bring me to the product I want.
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chiragkhabariaCommented:
Well, its the protocols which many people follow to maintain the database related updatess..
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