Devart dbForge Data Compare for PostgreSQL gives you a perfect opportunity to compare data between different databases with many useful features. They include the following:
Comparison of data between different databases
Displaying of data comparison results in a convenient UI, easy for analysis and synchronization
Quick data synchronization of target and source databases
Asynchronous comparison and synchronization
By default data comparison is performed only for the objects with the same names and owners. Process of choosing corresponding database objects in source and target for comparison is called object mapping. You can use Data Compare automatic mapping or map database objects manually. Data Compare allows you to customize mapping of tables (views) and columns, so you can compare data of objects with non-equal names, owners, and structure. For more information, see Object Mapping.
The following tables and views cannot be compared:
Invalid tables or views.
Tables or views, metadata of which can not be retrieved.
By default, data is compared by a primary or unique key, but other key or custom column set can be defined. A comparison key is used to determine which rows correspond to each other. It is not recommended to use a non-unique comparison key. If the table does not have a suitable key, you should manually select a custom key for this table when comparing.
See Synchronizing Two Databases to learn how to start data comparison.
Data comparison can be saved to the file and opened later.