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Currently we cannot view history of objects from SSMS using Redgate with Git as repository. I think this is a required feature. Also, we cannot add comments while commiting. Can these two features please be considered to be added in future releases.36 votes
Viewing Git history and adding comments for commit are now available in SQL Source Control 4.1 and higher. Thanks for your patience!
Provide a way to link a change during commit to defect in TFS and show it in the history window2 votes
You can currently use #A to associate the commit with a work item or #R to resolve the work item. If you want more than this, please see https://redgate.uservoice.com/forums/39019-sql-source-control/suggestions/538567-add-ability-to-associate-check-ins-with-work-items.
I dropped a sp and I would like to know in which version I dropped it (I'm entering our version number in the comments)2 votes
History is shown for dropped objects. Right click on the database or the object’s folder (e.g., Tables) and select show history. You will see dropped objects in the list.
It appears the new History feature is using Universal Time Code instead of the local time that is used everywhere else.4 votes
This fix is included in SQL Source Control v2.0, http://www.red-gate.com/MessageBoard/viewtopic.php?t=12947.
I would like to see history by object. For eg, we should be able to see history for Customer table or Customer.GetOrder sp.15 votes
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.
To have a tab that would simply grab and display the Log/History would be invaluable. This would be a fairly simple addition I would think.71 votes
Show history is now available as of v126.96.36.199. Please use Help > Check for Updates on the SQL Source Control tab within SSMS to make sure you have the latest version.
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