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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Same problem for us! Actually it seems that sql source control does only support working with several developers on ONE instance of a database. The moment you work on e.g. two instances of a database (dev and prod), the "shared" mode doesn't work anymore and you need step 3 as per "WT Jones". Hope, we can get this fixed soon! Thanks in advance!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    The current status "Good point! Waiting to see if there are any more comments/votes on this..." which was raised "almost 2 years ago" is kind of ridiculous (my opinion): it is an extremely minor change with a maximum of usage since damage could be high if you deploy software not on the system you think you deploy it. Please just add the server-name to the database-name in the sql-source-control panel! Thanks in advance!

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