I'm pleased to announce the Full Release of SQL Source Control v3.1 that includes improvements to the audit information provided in the 'Shared Model' environment. To install it please install the latest SQL Developer Bundle from http://downloads.red-gate.com/SQLDeveloperBundle.exe
and then open SQL Source Control and select the latest update when prompted.
I'm pleased to announce an Early Access Release of SQL Source Control v3.1 that includes improvements to the audit information provided in the 'Shared Model' enviroment. Download it from:
"http://downloads.red-gate.com/EAP/SQLSourceControl/SQL Source Control_22.214.171.1248_x86_r209112.exe".
Whatï¿½s new in this Early Access build?
This release will benefit you if youï¿½re using the ï¿½shared databaseï¿½ development model. Schema changes you and your co-developers make will be listed as changes in the SQL Source Control ï¿½changed byï¿½ column. Unfortunately, the current implementation does not persist the data for very long as it is stored locally for each SQL Source Control installation. This has been an issue that many of you have raised in our Uservoice forum
. In this release we have changed the implementation so that the ï¿½changed byï¿½ data is stored in a database, ï¿½RGï¿½, created on your server.
Please let us know if you have any feedback, good or bad, on the RG database implementation.
* Object drops will come up as ï¿½Unknownï¿½ (we have already identified a fix for this, and may update the EAP next week as a result)
* Changes to extended properties on objects will come up as ï¿½Unknownï¿½