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SQL Server Source Control Basics

by Robert Sheldon, Rob Richardson, Tony Davis

SQL Server Source Control Basics

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Book Description

Few software developers would build an application without using source control, but its adoption for databases has been slower. Yet without source control to maintain the scripts necessary to create our database objects, load lookup data, and take other actions, we cannot guarantee a reliable and repeatable database deployment process, let alone coordinate database upgrades with changes to the application. We also run the risk that our "ad hoc" database patching will cause inconsistencies and data loss. Source control can and should play a key role in the database development and deployment process, and this book will show you exactly how to get started. It provides 'just enough' detail about the core components of a source control system and how to incorporate that system into the database development and deployment processes, covering: Database Source Control architecture - what to include, how to structure the components Collaborative editing - teamwork on a database project, while minimizing change conflicts and data loss. Change auditing - what changed between versions and who changed it? Branching -work independently on separate features and control what to deploy and when Merging - what happens if one user changes a column name while another updates its data type? A merge operation lets the team decide the correct outcome Building and Deploying databases - building new databases and upgrading existing ones from source control Every chapter follows the same "half-theory, half practice" template, so you learn the concepts then see how they work.

This open book is licensed strictly for personal or educational use. You can download SQL Server Source Control Basics ebook for free in PDF format (31.3 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Core Source Control Concepts
Chapter 2
The Source Control Repository
Chapter 3
Getting Started with Source Control for Databases
Chapter 4
Editing and Versioning
Chapter 5
Branches and Tags
Chapter 6
Merging
Chapter 7
Manually Deploying Databases from Source Control
Chapter 8
Automating Database Versioning and Deployment from Source Control

Book Details

Title
SQL Server Source Control Basics
Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
Red Gate
Published
2014
Pages
296
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9781910035016
ISBN10
1910035017
ISBN13 Digital
9781910035009
ISBN10 Digital
1910035009
PDF Size
31.3 MB
License
For personal or educational use

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