Ever wonder what changed between your database versions or the difference between two similar objects or tables? Total Access Detective is the premier program to detect differences between Microsoft Access databases, objects, code, and data.
Available as a Microsoft Access add-in, Total Access Detective lets you easily find differences between objects in your currently opened database. Easily find changes in your table and field definitions, object properties, controls, report sections, embedded macros, regular macros, modules, and data. The results are available to you in reports and on screen which can be copied or exported.
You can also compare any two databases to easily find exactly how they changed. Your databases can be an ACCDB, MDB or ADP database format. The new version lets you create separate databases for each comparison so you can easily manage multiple databases and changes over time.
We've added many new features to make Total Access Detective more powerful than ever.
Manually comparing databases for design and data differences is prone to error. Discover why so many Microsoft Access professionals rely on Total Access Detective to improve their productivity by quickly identifying the changes in their work.
FMS President Luke Chung will be attending and speaking at the three day Microsoft Access conference sponsored by the Portland Oregon Access User Group. Join him and other guest speakers including Alison Balter from InfoTech Services Group Inc., Armen Stein from J Street Technology, and Kevin Bell from Microsoft.
Luke will be speaking on the following topics:
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Total Access Detective is our popular Microsoft Access database, object, and data comparison product. Compare any two databases or two Access objects in one database to pinpoint exactly how they are different. As part of our commitment to quality, we are pleased to announce that we have released new updates for:
These updates include performance enhancements, Windows 7 support, improved ADP support, and resolve all known issues since their original release. For more details, visit the Total Access Detective Updates page.
The updates are available free of charge to registered owners who were notified via email. If you did not receive instructions, please contact us so we can update your information.
With the recent release of Total Access Detective for Access 2007, we're pleased to provide new versions for Microsoft Access 2003, 2002, and 2000 (versions 11.7, 10.7 and 9.7 respectively).
Version X.7 adds many new features including data comparison between two queries, enhanced data comparison options such are comparing two tables when field names are not identical (compare only identical field names or on field order), using the first field as the key field if no key field exists, skipping small numerical data differences, ignoring case differences between modules, improved support for ADP comparisons, etc. Existing customers can upgrade for a nominal fee.
Existing Total Access Detective customers under annual support contracts receive the upgrade for free.
Total Access Detective makes it easy to find differences between any two Microsoft Access databases or objects. Know exactly what changed with your properties, fields, indexes, controls, sections, macro lines, VBA module code, and data! Find new, deleted, and modified records. You can even merge data from two tables into a new one.
New features in Version 12 include support for Access 2007 and the new ACCDB database format with multi-value fields, data comparison between two queries, enhanced data comparison options, improved support for ADP comparisons, ignoring case between modules, a more modern user interface, and much more!