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Ignore Replication Views in SQL Compare

TglunzTglunz Posts: 1 New member
When comparing two databases, I see about 60 SQL VIEWs that begin with "syncobj_0x" followed by 16 digits. I believe these are system generated on one server for replication. I do not want these to be part of the compare process. I saw there is an option to "Ignore replication triggers", which I checked, but it does not ignore these views. Is there another option I can choose to ignore these? Or any other suggestions to hide these (like ignore objects that start with "syncobj_0x")? Thanks!


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    RichardLRichardL Posts: 417 Gold 4

    Hi @Tglunz

    Thanks for your post. 


    This looks like a question that one of Support engineers will need to investigate for you.


    If you've a got support contract, please send us a ticket. Provide as much information as you can - screenshots of any errors, log files etc – so we can help you as fast as possible.

    If you're not covered by a Support contract at the moment, email our Sales team at sales@red-gate.com, and they'll be able to help.

    Alternatively the product documentation for SQL compare is in the link below. 


    Kind regards

    Richard Lynch. 

    Customer Support
    Redgate Software
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