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We are looking for a best Database compare toll which is free.

It should be capable to compare two oracle databases. (11g)
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by:Patrick Tallarico
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Perhaps the evaluation version of Aqua Data Studio could help.
http://aquafold.com

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I have evaluated the above tool and looks good. Thank you for the link.
One things a would like the tool to do is a comparision of objects other than tables.
For example, tool should be able to compare all the API signatures and body. Do we have any such tool which is for free?
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by:Sudheer_Keesara
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Any one has an update on this?
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by:tbsgadi
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Have a look at Using the Metadata Differ to Compare Object
Metadata and Correct the Differences:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/differ11gr2-twp-129639.pdf

Gary
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I'm not aware of a free tool, but Oracle Toad from Quest has the facility to compare objects and databases.  You can download a trial from here:

http://www.quest.com/toad-for-oracle/software-downloads.aspx
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SQL Developer (Free from Oracle)

Tools -> Database Diff...

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by:Greg Clough
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@MikeOM_DBA

Yes, SQL*Developer is Free... but Database Diff requires the "Oracle Change Management Option" to be licensed.
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by:MikeOM_DBA
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No prob, It works never the less.
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The Oracle Change Management Option is only if you want to automatically apply the changes (differences).

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