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compare 2 oracle package body  files

Posted on 2010-11-30
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Hi

I need to compare 2 pkb files and I wanted to see if any tools are available, I have TOAD and do not have any other tools, I have windows. Let me know since I have to move the code to production today -

Thanks!!
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by:johnsone
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Being from a mostly UNIX background, I would use one of the diff utilities.  Although they do not come with Windows, you can download a large number of UNIX commands that will run in command line windows from here:

http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/

Once downloaded and unzipped, you can use diff to compare 2 files.
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There are plenty of tools available online for comparing and merging.

The tool that i use is beyondcompare.

http://www.scootersoftware.com/download.php

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For a Windows environment, you might look at WinMerge... free, open source, graphically highlights differences, etc.

See http://winmerge.org

Very handy tool with a really hard to beat price!
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