Tag Archives: SQL Change Automation

The SQL Change Automation in SSMS Beta

Give it a try, as the beta is out. I’ve been watching this product and getting updates for the last six months or so and lately I’ve been pushing to get this out. It’s close enough to be useful and … Continue reading

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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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