Richard Sutherland

Open Source SQL DDL Scripting Tool

Keeping track of your DDL is something that is critical and some sort of VCS system should be used. However pulling out your scripts from SQL Server sometimes entails a bit more than the standard scripting. New author Richard Sutherland brings us an open source project that can help you get this done. Complete with code.

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2008-03-03 (first published: )

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Script SQL Server DDL

Scripting SQL Server DDLRichard SutherlandIf you buy into the theory that all database objects should be contained in a source management system such as Visual SourceSafe, and that deployment of database projects should be done from the source management system, then the manner in which Microsoft's Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals [a.k.a., […]

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2007-08-20 (first published: )

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Script SQL Database DDL

This tool scripts out SQL Server 2000/2005 database objects to individual files in a manner which mimics Microsoft's Visual Studio for Database Professionals [aka, "Data Dude"]. These files can then be placed under proper source management control. An entire database is scripted in one call.Alternatively, it provides a way to simply document the contents of […]

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2007-03-12 (first published: )

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