Tag Archives: VCS

Should Production Databases Be in a VCS?

There was a great discussion recently on my true version of code editorial. It was interesting to see how some people viewed the idea of a version control system as the source of code, while others truly see the production SQL … Continue reading

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What is the True Version of Code?

As I’ve been working on more development tasks, I regularly hear from developers that a version control system (VCS) is the “true” version of our code. We should always look to a VCS for the actual code that we need … Continue reading

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A Practical Approach to Version Control

Abstract Chances are, your team has several point-in-time backups for your databases. After all, they’re essential for recovering the system in an emergency. And, chances are, you’ve got a version control system (VCS) to provide the same capabilities for your … Continue reading

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Get Away from the Heat and Learn some Database Version Control

I have enjoyed the trips I’ve made to New Orleans and Baton Rouge in the past. It’s a good getaway, stopping in the French Quarter for a few minutes before an easy drive up the road. However it’s warm, and … 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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