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  1. would be awesome if it scripted the data as well

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    SQL Source Control v2.0 is now available with support for source controlling your static lookup data from within SSMS. For more details, see http://www.red-gate.com/MessageBoard/viewtopic.php?t=12947.

    If you’ve been using SQL Data Compare Pro to source control your data in the “Data” folder, then please contact support@red-gate.com to keep your history.

    If you need any advanced features, like only source controlling a subset of columns or limiting the rows with a WHERE clause, then you will need to continue to use SQL Data Compare Pro, http://www.red-gate.com/help/SourceControlData.html.

  2. Our static data tables can have a few thousand rows each. It's costly to have the rows compared every time the SQL Source Control tab is opened to push/pull schema changes (which are much faster to compute). Can the schema and data aspects of this tool be separated to prevent excessive comparisons on data that by nature changes very infrequently.

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  3. When updating static data in source controlled table i need to disconnect and reconnect registered server in object explorer before Commit Changes screen picks up change.

    Also seems to affect other changes

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    completed  ·  Kendra responded

    I can no longer reproduce this, I believe this was resolved in the years since it was created.

  4. When updating static data in source controlled table i need to disconnect and reconnect registered server in object explorer before Commit Changes screen picks up change.

    Also seems to affect other changes

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    completed  ·  Kendra responded

    I can no longer reproduce this, I believe this was resolved in the years since it was created.

  5. When updating static data in source controlled table i need to disconnect and reconnect registered server in object explorer before Commit Changes screen picks up change.

    Also seems to affect other changes

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    completed  ·  Kendra responded

    I can no longer reproduce this, I believe this was resolved in the years since it was created.

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