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As systems grow and evolve, we need tools to help manage these changes, including tracking changes to the database schemas, producing scripts to synchronize the changes between servers, and......

As systems grow and evolve, we need tools to help manage these changes, including tracking changes to the database schemas, producing scripts to synchronize the changes between servers, and refactoring the corresponding application code based on the new structures. You'll see how you can use tools in Visual Studio to help manage these changes better.

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  • 1. Managing Database Changes with Visual Studio & SSDT @JimWooley http://www.ThinqLinq.com Consultant Slalom Confidential1 Slalom Confidential
  • 2. Managing Schema Changes doesn’t have to be like this…2 Slalom Confidential
  • 3. Visual Studio Database Tools (DataDude) Declarative Schema Model Compare for Static Analysis Definitions change scripts Refactoring and advanced Intellisense Data Compare tooling Data Generation3 Slalom Confidential
  • 4. SSDT Declarative Schema Model Compare for Static Analysis Definitions change scripts Refactoring and advanced Intellisense Designers tooling Combined Table Assets4 Slalom Confidential
  • 5. Source Control Integration Manage Branch by Change feature History Associate Build from changes with Main work items Annotate Continuous (Blame) Integration5 Slalom Confidential
  • 6. SSDT (Juneau) Supported Platforms6 Slalom Confidential
  • 7. Further InformationMSDN • http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/ssdt/threadsTeam blog • http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ssdt/Gert Drapers • http://blogs.msdn.com/b/gertd/Download the latest SSDT version • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/data/tools.aspxMSDN Magazine Sept 2011 • The "Juneau" Database Project7 Slalom Confidential
  • 8. Jim Wooley @jimwooley http://www.ThinqLinq.com8 Slalom Confidential