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How to extract DB script from PowerDesigner (only for the changes)

How to extract DB script from PowerDesigner (only for the changes)

How to extract DB script from PowerDesigner (only for the changes)

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Hello Good day every one!

We have PowerDesigner repository (installed on Oracle). I have extracted and checked-in all my objects by reverse engineering the objects (say V1). Now, I made few changes to the model (say adding couple of columns) and checked-in (say V2).

My question is how to generate the code (only for the changes and not for the entire database). I know how to compare versions and also version vs. workspace and I can see the tool is showing the differences.

However what I need is how to generate code for that.

If you need any specific details I can share.

Thank you for your time,
Viswa
 

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