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How to ignore security settings in SQL Server Database Project (SSDT)

In SSDT project, you could create everything you want and keep them identical with target database. However, security might be an exception, few reason you might want to manage security out side of SSDT project: 192 more words

Rename objects in SSDT

Aim: Rename objects in SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) without breaking dependencies.

You can rename SSDT objects in their definition (.sql) files however this does not update the name of the object throughout the project. 203 more words

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SQL Server - Issues I Have With SSDT Based Deployments: Part 4.2

Continuing the section on trying to get a large legacy database imported into an SSDT project that actually builds, we’re at a point now where we should have genuine reference issues to clean up; all our cross database references should be sorted via a database reference to a DACPAC (with or without changing everything to use SQLCMD variables or not). 487 more words

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Creating Your First SSIS Project

What is SSIS?  It stands for SQL Server Integration Services which may be used for building high performance data integration and workflow solutions, including extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) operations for data warehousing.  1,143 more words

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SQL Server - Issues I have with SSDT based deployments: Part 4.1

Continuing my series on SSDT based deployments, in this part, I’m going to look into something that’s not entirely SSDTs fault, but I’m sure could be less painful: importing pre-existing databases into an SSDT project.   952 more words

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SSDT - The untold story

Every SQL Server database developer is aware of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) but there is one more important tool SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) that can bring a lot of benefits to them. 1,249 more words

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