Using SQL Source Control with different version control systems
SQL Source Control connect your source control system to SQL Server for change management with minimal overheads.
In these webinars we explain how to source control your database using Subversion, Team Foundation Server, Vault, Kiln, VSS, or any other source control system with a capable command line. Find out how simple it is to:
- Keep development teams in sync.
- See who changed what, when, and why.
- Undo unwanted changes.
Webinars are typically no longer than 30 minutes followed by a Q&A session.
|Whatever your source control system - seamlessly link it to SQL Server||Watch video|
|Improving database development using Red Gate's SQL Source Control and Mercurial/FogCreek's Kiln||Watch video|
|Improving database development with SQL Source Control and your existing source control system (Git, Perforce, and any other source control system that has a command line)||Watch video|
|Improving your database development with SQL Source Control and SourceGear Vault||Watch video|
|Improving your database development with SQL Source Control and TFS||Watch video|
|Improving your database development with SQL Source Control and SVN||Watch video|
|Smart Database Version Control with Perforce||On demand video|
|FIVE things (we bet) you didn't know about Subversion||View the recording
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There are discounts for multi-user purchases.
Try a 28-day fully functional free trial of SQL Source Control.
Find out what SQL Source Control & SQL Compare can do for your database development and deployment processes at an on-demand webinars.
in Visual Studio?
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