Show or Filter By User who last updated on Commit List for Shared (Centralized) DB Model
One of the problems with a shared db model, where all developers work against the same database, is that everyone's changes are listed on the Commit List. It would be nice if only my changes were shown. There should be someway to filter the list to just my changes, or at least show the username in a column so that it can be sorted on.
In the shared database scheme I don't see a way to associate changes with any particular user. It looks like all the changes are shown all the time, with no user specified. At the very least it would be nice to see the user who made the last change.
Would it be possible to show the SNV user who is or has modifyed a SQL Object?
This feature is included in SQL Source Control v2.0, http://www.red-gate.com/MessageBoard/viewtopic.php?t=12947.
If you setup your database as shared, then you will see who last updated each object on the Commit tab and Undo dialog. Only objects that you last updated will be checked by default.
NOTE: Databases linked in v1 default to dedicated databases. You will need to relink your databases to switch development models.
Could the username that is used when the user links the DB to SVN be used?
Andrew Tregonning commented
Would the Subversion $Id$ keyword I asked for here satisfy this? It automatically maintains the Date, Author and Revision number of the last commit in a comment at the top of your script file.