Tag Archives: Redgate

Adding ApplicationIntent=readonly to SQL Data Compare

Recently someone asked a good question about SQL Data Compare. How can they add applicationintent to the connection? If you are using Data Compare, and you are reading from production systems, load is a concern. With Availability Groups (AG), we … Continue reading

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Exchanging Schemas with SQL Compare Snapshots

Recently I was working with a customer and they asked if they could somehow package up their schema without the data and send this to a colleague. Absolutely, and that’s one reason we have SQL Compare snapshots. Here’s a quick … Continue reading

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A Quick SQL Change Automation Build

I was going through a few of the Redgate products with a customer recently and they wanted to perform some validation of the build and release process with SQL Change Automation without setting up Azure DevOps or Jenkins or any … Continue reading

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Installing FlywayDB

I’ve been working on a demo for a customer. Part of the demo uses a new Redgate product, but Flyway is a part of that. In testing a couple things, I realized that I didn’t have FlywayDB installed on  this … Continue reading

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