Tag Archives: SQL Source Control

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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Git Pull in SQL Source Control

I wrote recently on Git Push in SQL Source Control (SOC), and now wanted to add the other side of the story, pull. This process is even simpler. I’ll be working with a new database, one that has two client … Continue reading

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The SQL Source Control Frequent Updates Channel

One of the things we do at Redgate is release software often. It’s not just that we want you to release your software often (and develop better), but we do it ourselves. Different teams release at different cadences, which is … Continue reading

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Git Push in SQL Source Control

I’m excited. Git support is growing in SQL Source Control and the release recently contains Git push/pull support. If you don’t see the release of 4.1.x, you need to update. The update should be available for everyone. I do like … Continue reading

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SQL Source Control and Git–Getting Started

It seems as though Git is taking the world by storm as the Version Control System (VCS) of choice. TFS is widely used in the MS world, but Git is growing, Subversion is shrinking, as are most of the other … Continue reading

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Version Control for Databases

This is based on my Team Based Development with Version Control talk, which has evolved a bit. Abstract Getting your database under version control is ultimately a way of communicating changes and collaborating with team members, maintaining an audit trail … Continue reading

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Starting with Git for Database Development

One of the tools that Red Gate Software makes is SQL Source Control. It’s a plug in to SSMS that allows you to hook your database up to version control. I’ve used it a few times in the past in … Continue reading

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