Display the server name in the "SQL Source Control" Setup window.
Someone in my team linked one of our test environment's databases to his source control. He was in a feature branch and just performed a "Get Latest" on the dB..... Now we have to reimplement the integrated changes. Please display the Server name in the setup window to avoid confusion and make sure this is clear.
Picking up the SQL Prompt tab colours would complement this nicely too!!
CJ Butcher commented
YES!!!! This is a MUST have change! I was just going to suggest it too. Saw this comment and the response.
Why is it a manual configure thing? I would bet that most people have the same database names in live/test/dev environments so making it the default seems like the "Smart way to go".
AdminAdrian Banks (Admin, Redgate) commented
You can already set an option to show the server name along with the database name, but you have to manually set it in a configuration file.
In %LOCALAPPDATA%\Red Gate\SQL Source Control 5\RedGate_SQLSourceControl_CommonUI_UIOptions.xml, add a new element:
You will need to restart SSMS once you have saved this change.
This will cause the server instance name to be shown in addition to the database name throughout SQL Source Control.