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Easiest option is to export the database schema from the PCC (right click the database name) on both databases, then compare the results with a simple text compare tool. I like Beyond Compare for comparing data like this, but a simple FC job from the Windows command line will work, too.
What would be the best way to compare two PSQL databases with highlights of table & field name changes? I've got an application that has just undergone a major update and I've noticed quite a few fields have changed. My custom written application connects to the same database for the purpose of report automation, but since the update, I've...
What version of v11 and what interface are you using for SQL? In the 11.11 timeframe there was a connection idle timeout setting that you could add under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Pervasive Software\SQLConnection Manager\SERVER.INI\SQLManager EnableIdleTimeouts (string value) ( 0 – disable, 1 – enable ) default no timeout ConnectionIdleTimeout (string value in...
Officially, Pervasive has always tested the newer Engine with ONE version back, so PSQLv9 Client with PSQLv10. Anything else is untested and not generally supported. Of course, both PSQLV8 and PSQLv10 are not supported any more anyway, so you can hope for the best, but that's about it. Personally, I thinnk you should have decent luck with the V8...
Now used Client 8.0 and Server 10.3 (file version 8.0).
To speed up I want to convert the file version from 8.0 to 9.5 without breakers 2GB.
Compatibility Client 8.0 and Server 10.3 (file version 9.5)?