Altova DiffDog 2015 Enterprise Edition is the powerful differencing tool for files, folders, and databases. This easy-to-use synchronization tool quickly compares and merges text or source code files, directories, databases, and XML Schemas on your local workstation or across FTP and HTTP servers. DiffDog provides advanced XML-aware differencing and editing capabilities based on those in Altova XMLSpy, and integrates with any version control system that supports external differencing applications. For optimal efficiency, you can edit content directly within its differencing display, merge changes, and instantly re-compare. Intelligent syntax-coloring, line numbering, indentation guides, and other innovative features assist in comparing source-code and XML files. DiffDog tells you when XML files are semantically equal even if they are not identical in a text-based comparison. Its XML differencing capabilities include DTD/schema-based validation, well-formedness checking, intelligent entry helpers, optional entity resolution, and more. DiffDog compares Microsoft Word documents in a side-by-side view with word processor functionality. DiffDog intelligently compares directories, applying special comparison rules based on each file type, prints directory comparison results, or opens and edits file pairs directly from a directory comparison. DiffDog even compares the contents of Zip archives based on the original file types. You can selectively move files into target directories or sync entire directories in a single step. DiffDog lets you compare and merge database structures or table contents, whether they are the same database type or different databases. After comparing XML Schemas, DiffDog can generate an XSLT file or a MapForce mapping to convert XML documents. Let DiffDog 2015 Enterprise Edition track down the differences in your development and database projects. DiffDog is available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
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Version 2015 sp2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.