Tag Archives: SQL Source Control

Learn about SQL Source Control in Redgate University

I love the SQL Source Control product from Redgate. It’s not perfect, and it can be slow to run at times, but the simplicity of what it does, of getting my code quickly and easily to a VCS is fantastic. … 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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SQL Source Control v5.0 Beta–First Migration Script

I joined the beta program for SQL Source Control recently. I know, I work for Redgate, I should be in all beta programs. However I present on our various products, and I need those presentations  to work reliably. As a … Continue reading

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The Next DLM Demo Webinar–Feb 23

A quick note that I will be presenting a webinar on Feb 23rd at 10:00am MST. That’s noon EST and 5:00pm GMT. You can sign up here if you’d like to watch. This is similar to other DLM webinars I’ve … Continue reading

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