Chris Auckland wrote:Thanks for your post,
Yes, we didn't support SQL 2012 until v10 of the tool.
The .net 3.5 is also resolved in the latest version.
Hopefully upgrading should get you back up and running, but let us know if have have another other issues.
Chris Auckland wrote:Sorry for the delay, I didn't notice your last reply.
Could you try the following build:
ftp://support.red-gate.com/patches/SQLC ... 225463.exe
Dim differences As Differences = DB1.CompareWith(DB2, Options.Default Or Options.IgnoreTriggers Or Options.IgnoreIndexes)
Dim differences As Differences = DB1.CompareWith(DB2, Options.Default.Plus(Options.IgnoreTriggers).Plus(Options.IgnoreIndexes))
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