On March 2008, ApexSQL released
Enforce to production.
ApexSQL Enforce is a revolutionary new solution for Industry
Best Practices adherence and Custom Standards enforcement for SQL
Enforce empowers users to create complex custom rules by
leveraging the full power of programming languages like C# and VB.NET.
New Product Announcement: ApexSQL Enforce
Enforce, you can enforce naming and coding conventions on your
SQL Server databases, verify if your SQL Servers' settings are
optimal, and automatically fix or reverse any standard violation.
ApexSQL Enforce comes with a set of Best Practices
rules that can be used immediately on your own databases. Unlike
some SQL standardization tools that are currently in the market, ApexSQL Enforce also
allows you to create
your own customized rules.
Enforce product page for more information. Click
Selected Screenshots of Features
The new ApexSQL Doc 2008 adds support for Microsoft
SQL Server 2005 Integration Services--so not only will it deliver
automated documentation for your databases, it will also deliver the
same for your SSIS Packages. ApexSQL Doc 2008 can document multiple
databases and SSIS packages at the same time. ApexSQL Doc 2008
will also use a new technology that ensures faster and better
Sneak Peak at ApexSQL Doc
2008: Document SSIS Packages!
It will come with its own
extended properties editor that will make it easier to add
descriptions to your database objects resulting to more
comprehensive documentations. Click
here for more screenshots. COMING SOON!
This year, ApexSQL released a
free utility to create snapshots--read-only binary files that store
complete information of database schemas. Before, the only way
to create ApexSQL snapshots was through
which had the functionality embedded to it. The ApexSQL Snapshot
Utility enables users to create snapshots without ApexSQL Diff. The
utility is FREE and can be installed on multiple remote sites.
Utility: ApexSQL Snapshot Utility
Using ApexSQL's Snapshot Utility for more information. Click
a free download.