The ability to filter by the db object's name. For example, I could right-click on the Tables folder and from the menu select eg 'Filter...' and give me a dialog where I could specify a filter for example, 'ABC%' would only show all tables beginning with 'ABC' on the RG DB project's tree.
patrick feenstra commented
Please can sql connect make use of the same filter as sql source control
Mary Hamlin commented
I think a better implementation would be to be given the choice to add individual objects to a project explicitly, similar to adding existing items to a project in Visual Studio. So you could start with an empty db project with no items, even link it to an existing db that already contains objects, but not actually add any of the objects to source control unless you add them to the project. You could even have the ability to "show all files" like in Visual Studio to see all objects in the db but they would be greyed out until you added them to your project. I think trying to keep your UI consistent with how Visual Studio does things is the best way to go. That way it would be more intuitive.
AdminNick Sutherland (Admin, Red Gate) commented
Thanks for requesting this feature, I will add it to the list of features to consider for addition over the next few months.
If you excluded an object using the filter, would you expect changes in that object to be ignored when synchronising the project and database or just that the object was not shown in the list?
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