Tag Archives: Redgate

Launching SQL Compare with Context

Years ago Redgate Software started some work to link our tools together. I remember early efforts, about which I had dubious thoughts as to the value. I hadn’t looked at how the work had progressed until a little earlier this … Continue reading

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SQL in the City Back in London

It’s just a couple weeks until the SQL in the City Summit comes back to London. This is our second Summit this year in London, and I’m honored to attend. This time we will be at the Prospero House, on … Continue reading

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Using SQL Dependency Tracker as a Picklist

This is part of a demo series I did for a customer workshop. I’m adding a little more detail and explanation of the demos of products I gave. A long time ago Andy and I were chatting with the founder … Continue reading

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SQL Change Automation v4 Puts Migrations in SSMS

I’ve been waiting for this a long time. Over the years, as Redgate has improved and changed the SQL Change Automation product in Visual Studio, I’ve been wanting to see it in SSMS. After watching this take shape across the … Continue reading

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