object level history
I would like to see history by object. For eg, we should be able to see history for Customer table or Customer.GetOrder sp.
This feature is now available as of v22.214.171.124. Please use Help > Check for Updates on the SQL Source Control tab within SSMS to make sure you have the latest version.
Stephanie - Your idea would be helpful, but definitely not high priority (in my opinion). There are other issues that are much more important and I've left comments about those on this site and the Red Gate forum. Thanks again for clarifying the feature for me.
We've heard from someone else that this is kind of confusing... Would it help if we grayed out the other objects that were in the changeset, but not the object you're interested in?
Thank you, Stephanie. I use TFS. View history - in my opinion - should show you the history for an object, not the entire changeset. If I want to see the history of just a table, I can still do it within TFS (Visual Studio), but it would be nicer to see it in SSMS (SQL Source Control). As it is now, it is not useful for me. I rarely need to see all the changes in a changeset and can do so in Visual Studio if needed.
Are you using SVN or TFS?
In v126.96.36.199, you should only see history items in the top list that contain the table you are interested in. In the middle area, you will still see all objects that were committed in the same changeset as the table. This allows you to see all changes in the changeset because the table change could be part of something bigger.
In SVN, only the table is in black and the other objects are grayed out. This is similar to what TSVN does. In TFS, everything is black, which is what TFS' source control explorer does.
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I have version 188.8.131.52 and it does not work. I right-click on a table (via Object Explorer) to view history and it shows me the entire database history.