Online Documentation for SQL Manager for PostgreSQL
View database changes
If you want to view committed database changes you can do it in one of the following ways:
- Using database history:
- Right-click database alias in the DB Explorer and select Change management | History item from the popup menu or select the Tools | Change Management | History in the main program menu.
- Define the Period within the corresponding section. Changes made in this period will be displayed in the working area.
- At the top of the window you can find a table that displays information about changes made in the specified period. It displays transaction ID, Date when transaction was made, name of the User who made changes and Comment to a transaction if any. In the bottom part of the window you can view SQL statement of the selected action.
- Using tags and change script:
- Right-click database alias in the DB Explorer and select Change management | Get Change Script item from the popup menu or select the Tools | Change Management | Get Change Script in the main program menu. The Get change script wizard will appear.
- On the second step check Generate differential script in order to generate a script reflecting difference between two database states.
- On the third step you may either select tags from the drop-down list to specify two database states to view changes between or pick up dates to define a period of changes.
- After that a generated change script will show you the differences between two database states.