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  1. It would be convenient to be able to share source control projects with other users. Without this you either have to only have one person managing the sync between the database and source control system or each person has to create a project on their machine with the same settings.

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    In 2019, we launched Redgate Change Control, our migrations-based versioning tool, which has a way to Open a project that you get from version control. We’re working to merge these tools together and have 1 tool for versioning database changes. When we do this, we’re hoping to make sharing projects with others easier.

    Please let me know if you have any questions about this. Thank you!

  2. If changes can occur in both the source and on the database directly, it would be helpful to know which was updated last and when.

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  3. Why should the direction of update have to be selected by a tab? Why not have just one view with two buttons, one for "Apply to Source" and the other for "Apply to Database"?

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  4. When running the deployment wizard after a data compare rather throw error that database contains foreign keys in a cycle. It would be great if it listed the ones and allow you to disable them.

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  5. 78 votes
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    The Linux cmdlines for Schema Compare for Oracle, Data Compare for Oracle, and Code Analysis for Oracle are now available on Linux. These can be downloaded from https://documentation.red-gate.com/dso.

    We are also working on merging our Source Control for Oracle tool (our state-based database versioing tool) with Redgate Change Control (our mibrations-based database versioinng tool) to handle all your database versioning needs. This will be available on Linux. More information about Redgate Change Control is available at https://documentation.red-gate.com/dso/redgate-change-control/getting-started-with-redgate-change-control.

    Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!

  6. Without wishing to start a religious war, am I really alone in disliking all-caps formatting for keywords? I don't want to be shouted at when looking at scripts ... and in our modern era of editors with colour coding it's unnecessary.

    And the use of quotes for column names when it's not necessary?

    And the inclusion of "NULL" for table columns when it could be left out?

    And, for readability, I normally format table creation scripts (and others) so the column names line up, the column types line up, the "not null" clauses (if present) line up, etc.

    And any…

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