Tag Archives: Redgate

Format a Partial Script with #SQLPrompt

SQL Prompt is amazing and it’s my favorite tool. It’s actually what many people want first from Redgate because it makes coding much easier. One of the most used features is the reformat feature (CTRL+K,Y), since formatting really matters to … Continue reading

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The New SQL Provision Dashboard

As much as I liked the ability to quickly and easily build development and test databases with SQL Provision, I thought the dashboard of cloned databases was hideous. It left a lot to be desired, and frankly, the dark theme … Continue reading

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Data Masker for SQL Server and Temporal Tables

A customer had a question recently about using Data Masker for SQL Server and temporal (or system versioned) tables. I decided to make a quick demo that will show how this works. This is a simple demo, using just a … Continue reading

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Is this a SQL Provision Cloned Database?

As I work with SQL Provision, I keep finding new questions and concerns from clients and customers. Recently I had someone wonder if we could determine whether or not a database on which they were working was a SQL Clone … Continue reading

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The Figleaf Data Masking Beta

I’ve been using the Redgate Software Data Masker for SQL Server in a number of situations to help customers. This is a tool we purchased in 2017 and is a part of the SQL Provision bundle to make building safe, … Continue reading

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Updating VSTS to SQL Change Automation

We (Redgate) released SQL Change Automation a few weeks back. This is the first stage to implementing a combined toolset that works with both state/comparison development and migrations based development. The change updated both our migrations toolset (previously ReadyRoll) and … Continue reading

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Building Better Test Data on the Redgate Hub

I have a new piece published over at the Redgate Hub: Building Better Test Data with SQL Provision. Part of my job is helping people learn to use our products better, and provide not only solutions to issues, but also … Continue reading

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Updating to SQL Change Automation

The SQL Change Automation release was early this week.  This is replacing ReadyRoll and our DLM Automation products, rolling them into a single product and is the first stage of unifying our state and migration based solutions. When I logged … Continue reading

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Ten Years at Redgate

This year was my 10th anniversary of working for Redgate. The actual date was a bit ago, but they held off my celebration until I came over. These are nice at Redgate, better than at some companies where I’ve seen … Continue reading

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Reaching the Refactoring Redoubt with #SQLPrompt

I enjoy themes, and when I ran across the SQL Prompt Treasure Island, I had to take a few minutes and go through it. I wrote about Code Snippet Cove first, and this post finishes my movement around the map. … Continue reading

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