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SQL Change Automation

Deploying Data and Schema Together with SQL Compare or SQL Change Automation

You want to use SQL Compare or SQL Change Automation (SCA) to create or update a database, and at the same time ensure that its data is as you expect. You want to avoid running any additional PowerShell scripting every time you do it, and you want to keep everything in source control, including the data. You just want to keep everything simple. Phil Factor demonstrates how it's done, by generating MERGE scripts from a stored procedure. Read more

SQL Change Automation 4.0: Collaborative Database Development Across Visual Studio and SQL Server Management Studio

SQL Change Automation's Development component for developing new databases and modifying existing databases, using migrations, now integrates directly into SQL Server Management Studio as well Visual Studio. It allows teams to collaborate effectively during development, regardless of their preferred IDE, and in a way that integrates easily with common build/integration servers and release management tools. Read more