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SSDT: /p:AllowIncompatiblePlatform, what platforms are compatible?

Sometimes you don’t have the perfect development environment for SQL Server, sometimes you deploy to things like SQL Azure and want to test locally, for various reasons it is possible that you want to deploy to one version of SQL Server but set the project properties to a different version of SQL Server. If you find yourself in this situation you might need to use the parameter AllowIncompatiblePlatform which essentially says “I know I said the project is for SQL 2017 but I am deploying to SQL 2014”, anytime you say this you also sign the contract that says “If I am deploying to a lower version then I have made sure I haven’t used any keywords or object types that didn’t exist in that version and also if everything fails then so be it, I live with my choices every day”.

Ed Elliott's Sql Developer Blog

Ed is a Sql developer who has a mixed background in support, as a dba and as a developer working with a number of languages c, c#, vb, go, assembly with a variety of technologies and is currently trying to make the sql developer community a little bit more agile, one build step at a time!

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