The compare pane will enable you to compare the databases.
But the default options will also use schema name to detect different object, so you will not get what you want in every scenario.
In 50% of my daily job, schema are different, so you must select the options below to fix it:
Select “Options” and then “Compare options”. Then de-select “Use schema property” like suggested below:
Push the “Sync new object”. Then push the “DLL Preview” button and inspect the generated database.
Bonus: by default the tool will not include tables to drop. Inspect the two pane ad check the table you want to drop in the left pane.
Refrain launching the script without proper testing. You are migrating your valuable data.
The BBC Micro bit an ARM-based embedded system designed by the BBC for use in computer education in the UK. The device has been given away free […] [to every 11 years old pupil] in the UK, and is also available for purchase by anyone.
The micro:bit is plug and play: when you connect it on a PC USB, a magic drive will appear. Simply copy your “hex” code on it and…no other steps are needed!
Comparing with an Arduino uno:
No C language knowledge required.
Install nothing and get ready in seconds.
Very easy upload procedure (is a simple drive copy!)
A lot more RAM then arduino (16Ks vs 2kBs)
3-more pin on the bottom and +3V and GND to attach extra leds/sensor and so on
Low power: only 3Volt needed for operation (Arduino needs at least double as far as I know, anyway can work in a wider range and can output 3.xV and 5V).
Quite aggressive price.
Very difficult to download an off-line editor. The online editors use a custom format to save your code. In general the platform seems a bit too close for “ordinary” people. Arduino is much more open. Anyway the micropython is open source and only need a free account on ARM web site (mbed.org). Also my attempt to build the python editor was unsuccessful. The python editor lacks compilation checks anyway.
I was able to build Micropython with a bit of work on MacOSX
Very very tiny. For a 6/7 years old child is only “small”, for an adult is “tiny”.
To access the smaller pins like I2C you need additional stuff and/or precise soldering
Anyway I was very impressed. Every Europe school should get one.
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Historically Apple system are very closed. The reason is simple: when you go to your shareholders and ask for money, you can show you have a competitive advantage, a strong set of feature no one can take apart from you. But Apple lost this war in 1985, when the high pricey Macs cannot compete with open IBMs clones.
To be fair, IBM could open to clone market because its business was on high-end server, and Microsoft alliance will help to sell more IBM PCs.