DbForge Source Control for SQL Server
Source control SQL Server database changes
Manage database change history by using dbForge Source Control for SQL Server add-in for SQL Server Management Studio. Supported versions of SQL Server Management Studio are 2012, 2014 and 2016.
This add-in allows you to link your SQL Server database to the source control repository, which can be a local folder or any of the popular source control systems, like Subversion (SVN) or SourceGear Vault, amongst others.
If you choose a local database folder for a repository, this folder can be also source controlled with version control system. This can be done in the same way you version control other files.
When you have successfully linked desired database with source control, you can start with committing your database to the source control repository.
By using a source control manager, you can view any changes made to the database. You can then choose to commit this changes to source control repository, or you can also undo local database changes from the repository. With this process, objects in database or repository can be either added, dropped or modified.
dbForge Source Control for SQL Server is mainly targeted towards database administrators and other experienced database users, and is all in all, a practical add-in for database development and to keep track of any changes being made to the database.
• Support for many popular source control systems
What's new in this version
• SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1 (SP1) new syntax support
• SQL Server 2017 new syntax support
• The latest SQL Server Management Studio v17.2 integration support
• Azure SQL Data Warehouse support
• .NET Framework 4.5.2 or higher installed
Limitations in the unregistered version
• 30-day trial
Operating system: Win NT, Win 2000, Win ME, Win XP, Win Server 2003, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win Server 2008, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win Server 2008 R2, Win 8, Win Server 2012, Win 10, Win Other, Win Server
Supported languages: English
Release date: 2017-08-30
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