Tag: SQL Source Control

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Redgate SQL Toolbelt over Microsoft SSDT: My Biased Opinion

Back in the article How Redgate Helped Define our Process, there was this small blurb about SSDT:

Microsoft SSDT Tooling Considered - the increased cost of licenses forced us to take a hard look at Microsoft's SSDT tooling. Could it do what Redgate did? Could we build additional functionality around

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Static Data with Multiple Database Tenants

The loan origination system my team and I are responsible for have 20 tables marked as static data in Redgate's SQL Source Control. One example of static data is a tile type. The loan origination system has a dashboard made up of multiple tiles. There are six different types of

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Using SQL Source Control to Filter Out Unwanted Items

Everything written on this site is how to get a database change automatically pushed up through the environments. But that was for the entire database. There are some parts of the database where they shouldn't be put under source control or shouldn't be promoted. Now you are probably thinking, "that

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How Redgate Helped Define Our Process

Without the help of Redgate, Farm Credit Services of America's automated database deployment process would not be where it is today. I'm not just talking about their tooling. Their employees have been an invaluable resource. In September 2014 Redgate sent a pair of employees, Alex Yates, a pre-sales engineer and

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Using Gitflow and Redgate DLM Automation for Continuous Delivery

One of the key reasons to use Redgate's Tooling is to deliver value faster to the business. In order to do that, it is important to have a branching policy in place.
This is only possible with a local database and Redgate's tools. Prior to implementing their tools, all developers

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