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Red Gate Sql Data Compare Serial Number


How to Activate Red Gate SQL Data Compare with a Serial Number




Red Gate SQL Data Compare is a powerful tool that allows you to compare and synchronize data between two SQL Server databases. You can use it to deploy changes, audit data, and resolve data conflicts. To use SQL Data Compare, you need to activate it with a valid serial number that you can obtain from Red Gate.


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In this article, we will show you how to activate SQL Data Compare with a serial number using different methods. We will also explain how to troubleshoot common activation errors and how to contact Red Gate support if you need further assistance.


Activating SQL Data Compare using the user interface




The easiest way to activate SQL Data Compare is using the user interface. You can do this by following these steps:


  • Launch SQL Data Compare and click on the Help menu.



  • Select Manage my license. For some products, you may need to click Enter serial number.



  • Log in with your Red Gate ID. If you are the license owner (purchaser/administrator) and want to activate the product, you should log in with your existing Red Gate ID. If the license was purchased for you, you should log in with your own Red Gate ID. If you don't have a Red Gate ID, you can create one by following the link in the window ().



  • Enter your serial number for the product on the next screen. You can find your serial number by logging in to your account on the Red Gate website or by contacting the license owner.



  • If you don't want to send your Windows user name and local machine name to Red Gate when you activate your products, clear the Send information about this activation to Redgate check box. It can be useful to send information about your activation to Red Gate in case you need to contact support in the future to find out where your serial keys are being used.



  • Click Activate. Your product is activated and a confirmation page is shown.



  • If your serial number is for a bundle or suite, all the other products in the bundle or suite are also activated.



If there's a problem with your activation request, an error is shown. For information about activation errors and what you can do to resolve them, see .


Activating SQL Data Compare using the command line




You can also activate SQL Data Compare using the command line. This can be useful if you want to automate the activation process or if you are using SQL Data Compare on a server. To activate SQL Data Compare using the command line, you need to use the /activateSerial switch and provide your serial number as an argument. For example:


sqlcompare /activateSerial:123-456-789012-ABCD


You can specify a SQL Compare Professional serial number, or a serial number for a bundle such as the SQL Toolbelt Essentials.


An internet connection is required to activate SQL Data Compare from the command line. For information about how to activate manually without an internet connection, see .


If you're using the SQL Data Compare command line on a server, you need to use the /allUsers switch in addition to /activateSerial. This will activate SQL Data Compare for all users (including Windows service accounts). For more information, see .


Contacting Red Gate support




If you have any questions or issues regarding activating SQL Data Compare with a serial number, you can contact Red Gate support by emailing or by calling +44 (0)1223 437 922.


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If you want to deactivate SQL Data Compare from your machine, you can do so using the user interface or the command line. Deactivating SQL Data Compare will free up a license seat that you can use on another machine or transfer to another user.


Deactivating SQL Data Compare using the user interface




To deactivate SQL Data Compare using the user interface, follow these steps:


  • Launch SQL Data Compare and click on the Help menu.



  • Select Manage my license.



  • Log in with your Red Gate ID if prompted.



  • Click on the Deactivate button next to the product name.



  • A confirmation message is shown. Click Yes to proceed with the deactivation.



  • Your product is deactivated and a confirmation page is shown.



If there's a problem with your deactivation request, an error is shown. For information about deactivation errors and what you can do to resolve them, see .


Deactivating SQL Data Compare using the command line




To deactivate SQL Data Compare using the command line, you need to use the /deactivate switch. For example:


sqlcompare /deactivate


An internet connection is required to deactivate SQL Data Compare from the command line. For information about how to deactivate manually without an internet connection, see .


Updating SQL Data Compare




To ensure that you have access to the latest features and bug fixes, you should update SQL Data Compare regularly. You can update SQL Data Compare using the user interface or the command line.


Updating SQL Data Compare using the user interface




To update SQL Data Compare using the user interface, follow these steps:


  • Launch SQL Data Compare and click on the Help menu.



  • Select Check for updates.



  • If there is a newer version of SQL Data Compare available, a dialog box is shown with the details of the update. Click Download and install to start the update process.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the update.



  • You may need to restart SQL Data Compare after the update.



Updating SQL Data Compare using the command line




To update SQL Data Compare using the command line, you need to use the /update switch. For example:


sqlcompare /update


This will check for updates and install them automatically if available. You can also use the /update:check switch to only check for updates without installing them. For example:


sqlcompare /update:check


This will show a message indicating whether there are any updates available or not.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to activate, deactivate, and update SQL Data Compare with a serial number using different methods. We hope that this article has been helpful for you. If you have any feedback or questions, please feel free to contact us at .


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