Takes a simple string of delimited values, and returns a table type of the values stripped out. This can be easily incorporated in existing SQL statements utilising standard joins. Classic example of a UDF returning the TABLE data type.
In part two of this article Chris explains how to handle some common issues you'll run into while using version control and how to manage the process. Defintely read part one first if you haven't already.
We asked Chris to put together some information on how he uses VSS, a subject that comes up a lot as we have articles and discussions that involve change management. Change management isn't easy, you definitely need a pattern to work from. This two part article gives you a pattern you can start with and customize to your needs.