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Schema and Data compare of two MS Access database

Posted on 2012-03-20
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Hello,

How do I compare schema between two acccess databases and also similarly compare data between them to identify differences?

Is there a good tool that I can use for this?

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Let's be clear...

Please post a clear example of what you are "putting in" (tables, Fields, ...etc) and a clear graphical example of the *Exact* output you are looking for...

"Compare data between them to identify differences", ... is a vague requirement...

You can compare Databases and database objects with a tool like this:
http://www.fmsinc.com/microsoftaccess/databasecompare.html
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