Freshmeat page: http://freecode.com/projects/deltasql
deltasql Server allows developers to submit their SQL scripts in a central place. Each time a script is submitted, deltasql assigns a number to it (the script's version). Database administrators can check at which version the database table is, by checking the last inserted row in the table TBSYNCHRONIZE. They also can look at the project name in this table. They can then ask the deltasql Server for the currently missing scripts.
When scripts are sent, a database module has to be chosen. A project can consist of one or several modules, as in some companies, they tipically use a three-level structure for their source code modules. The first database module is the lowest level and represents tables which are common for all projects in a company. The middle database module represents the tables of the application which is sold. The highest level module contains tables which are needed for the customization of one particular customer, and which are not needed for other customers.
License: GNU Public License
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