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Hello all, I search a tool or framework which can provide a functionnality to handle this following use case:

I have a database in version N-1 of my software. Each client who is bought my software can customise and update the metadatas, tables ... to suit their needs.
For the next version of my software, I updated the model. For version N-1 to current N version at th customer, I search a means which allow to export the last database model and the current model
(at the moment I compare 2 xml files, the last and the newer) and allow the client to apply new database model update without loosing its customization.

Do you have an idea ?

Great thank and best regards
 
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