I am using SQL Source Control v184.108.40.206 and my source control system is TFS.
I have a database called [MyDB] on servers [ServDev] and [ServTest]. [ServDev] is the 1st phase of development and [ServTest] is where we deploy changes that are ready for testing. I linked [MyDB] to source control while viewing it in [ServDev] (in SSMS). After deploying [MyDB] to [ServTest], I noticed it is also linked to source control automatically (not what I'd like to happen, but I'll post a different thread about that).
Making changes in the [ServDev] database and checking them into Source Control is working fine. However, I can't seem to get "Get Latest" to work as I expected.
It seems I should always be able to do a "Get Latest". In other words, I should always be able to use the version of an object from Source Control and overwrite the version I have in the database. This method works well when promoting code from [ServDev] to [ServTest]. I expect to just make changes on [ServDev], check them into Source Control, and then do a "Get Latest" on [ServTest].
However, my "Get Latest" tab always shows "No new changes in source control" when I know for a fact that is wrong. I just checked in a change on [ServDev] that is in source control, but not on [ServTest] yet yet. If I "unlink database", then relink the database, the "Get Latest" tab will now show the changes I want to make. But if I click around too much and come back to the "Get Latest" tab, the changes no longer show and I have to go through the process again.
Is this a bug? Am I doing something wrong?