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  • Which version of SSDT Database Projects do I have installed?

    I'm afraid I can no longer commit to keeping this page up to date given the rapid cadence of releases and the fact that I am no longer an active user of SSDT. If someone wishes to pick up the mantle please let me know and I shall link to your page.  SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) is released on a very regular cadence (note that I’m talking ...
    Posted to Jamie Thomson (Weblog) by jamiet on February 8, 2013
  • Responses to SSDT questions

    My recent article Get to Know SQL Server 2012's SQL Server Data Tools prompted two questions to come to me via email and in the interests of sharing knowledge via search engines I thought I would answer them here rather than by simply replying by email (I hate that so much useful information gets trapped inside closed inboxes). Question: How ...
    Posted to Jamie Thomson (Weblog) by jamiet on January 11, 2013
  • “Add as object” or “Add as script”? [SSDT]

    In SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) one way to create a new object is to right click on a folder in Solution Explorer and point to Add. Doing so will display this menu: A number of options are offered for creating a brand new object (“function”, “table”, “stored proc” etc…) and one of them is “Script”. If your preference is to handcraft the DDL ...
    Posted to Jamie Thomson (Weblog) by jamiet on January 4, 2013
  • SQL Server Data Tools does support required variables

    Over the past few years of using datadude (aka DBPro aka Visual Studio Database Projects) I have fallen prey to a peculiar little nuance – if you forget to supply a value for a sqlcmd variable then it will simply use a default and often that is not the desired behaviour. Hence why yesterday I submitted the following suggestion to ...
    Posted to Jamie Thomson (Weblog) by jamiet on February 12, 2012
  • Implementing SQL Server solutions using Visual Studio 2010 Database Projects – a compendium of project experiences

    Over the past eighteen months I have worked on four separate projects for customers that wanted to make use of Visual Studio 2010 Database projects to manage their database schema.* All the while I have been trying to take lots of notes in order that I can write the blog post that you are reading right now – a compendium of experiences and tips ...
    Posted to Jamie Thomson (Weblog) by jamiet on January 1, 2012
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