SQL Source Control

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  1. Introduce something similar to the "IGNORE" rules found in your Schema compare for Oracles solution to the SQL Server Source Control product.
    The problem that exists for those of us with third party databases that have 10's of thousands of objects is that they are not workable using this product because it ONLY applies the filter AFTER it has already tried to extract and manage the ENTIRE database. The "IGNORE" option would allow us capabilities similar to filter but they would be applied UP FRONT and BEFORE the system ever tried to gather and manage every single object in the…

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  2. prevent timeout on commit changes tab for larger db in shared database model

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    under review  ·  Paul Stephenson responded

    The timeout occurs when SQL Source Control runs a SQL query to find out which user made the changes that need to be committed, and the server takes too long to respond.

    SQL Source Control 3.6.0 improves this situation, so that if a timeout occurs you can still go ahead with the commit. This version is currently available on Frequent Updates. To learn how to turn on frequent updates, see: http://www.red-gate.com/products/sql-development/sql-source-control/frequent-updates

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