A SQL Server Management Studio add-in to source control your database in Subversion or Team Foundation Server.
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I have a question about the integrability of redgate source control add-on with an existing repository of SQL source files, organized by coder's flavour.
To be more specific: we actually use VS 2010 + TFS with Database projects, and we group SQL code at a granularity of our choice: for instance, we keep a table DDL with its various constraints and indexes in a single script file, or multiple table definitions in a singe file where it makes sense. Many of us feel more comfortable by having an instant glance of some stuff instead of clicking here and there in the management studio side tree, inspect dozen of pop-ups, etc. Keyboard users vs mouse users.
So my question is: is it possible to have the redgate add-on be integrated with such kind of source file structure ? Some of us prefer the add-on approach since are pure database developers.
Thanks in advance
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Thanks for your post.
A few people have requested the ability to work with existing vs2010 database projects. Currently it's not supported, but please do add your vote for it here
as the more people that request it, the more likely it will be considered to be added as a feature.
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