DB Compare now generates UPDATE scripts that use ALTER TABLE commands instead of re-creating the table with changed structure.
DB Compare’s overview now shows an “Update Action” instead of the former “object change status”. This action describes how to consolidate the DB schemes rather than pointing out the difference between them.
A new checkbox option on Reverse/DB now allows you to check/uncheck whether CREATE TABLESPACE commands will be created.
Compile and Refresh menu items on Hora’s Materialized View page now have been enabled for multi-select.
Hora’s “Clear Schema” main menu item now truncates temporary tables before dropping to prevent ORA-14452 error.
The Reverse/DB tool now generates Oracle Contexts implemented by the DB schema, if the user has been granted select privileges on DBA_CONTEXT, granted by HORA_USER role, maybe.
Reverse/DB now orders the generation of views, materialized views, procedures, functions and packages by object dependency. As a result, there may be multiple sections for each object type, one for each level of dependency. By unchecking an option, you can get back to alphabetic order as before.
Scheduler jobs are now supported by Hora’s “show DDL” command, Reverse DB Engineer and DB Compare tool.
Support for Windows 10 Anniversary Update has been added. CodeMeter 6.30d runtime makes sure license are repaired, since the Anniversary update is actually a reinstallation of the operating system.