Tag Archives: SQL Change Automation

Pushing SQL Change Automation Code to Azure DevOps

Making changes on your own system for a SQL Change Automation project is great, but if you’re the only one using the project, it might feel like a lot of overhead. I’d argue it isn’t and it’s a better way … Continue reading

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Adding Objects to our SCA Project

In my last post, I started out with a new SCA project, getting a connection to my database up and running. Now, let’s start the new project by adding some objects. Adding Objects I’m going to start with a couple … Continue reading

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Starting a Proof of Concept with SQL Change Automation

One of the ways that you can more easily perform database development tasks is with SQL Change Automation (SCA). This is a plug-in from Redgate that works with Visual Studio, and while there are tutorials on Setting up SCA and … Continue reading

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What is Projectsv13 in SQL Change Automation?

I got this question recently from someone that was evaluating the SQL Change Automation client in Visual Studio. After setting up a new PoC (Proof of Concept), they were confused about why there is a new entry in their list … Continue reading

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