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283 votesstarted · AdminTim Dalton (Product Manager, Redgate) responded
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Add a button to "Unlink, Delete my cache, Relink" so when support asks you to perform that function, it just takes the user 1 step.12 votes
476 votesunder review · Kendra responded
Thank you everyone for the suggestions and votes for this over the years.
I’d like to surface up a workaround for the “linking” problem which is mentioned in the comments. For the use case of easing pains around environment setup with a large number of databases, we have had customers find success using code based off Alessandro Alpi’s blog post: https://alessandroalpi.blog/2016/06/28/automatically-link-databases-to-red-gate-sql-source-control/
I do understand that this is a broader issue and hear that many of you also want command line or API support for the product in general.
If there are specific scenarios or workflows that would be useful to automate for you, this feedback is also very useful, and if you have details on the type of VCS you use and the workflow (such as a branching model) that it would fit in to, that would be very helpful for us to hear as well.
Improved object merge support - Provide ability to merge a conflicted object, instead of just Keep Mine or Take Theirs128 votes
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An error occurred while saving the commentJustin Whaley commented
Hey David, I agree that it would be helpful to have a search bar as we have in SQL Compare. In a shared environment you can get quite a few changes that need to be committed especially if you have developers working over the weekend. On average this list doesn't get too large, perhaps 20 to 25 on really busy weeks.
In addition, occasionally if you have some similarly named components and it would be nice to be able to fuzzy match a group of components and check them all. This helps me know that I am not missing a commit.
Additionally I would like to see Code Compare [http://www.devart.com/codecompare] as a possible option. This is a tool that is both free to use, and has additional pro options.
If it is cumbersome to continue to add new options, if you could simply expose a how they are passing the data to the apps and I'm sure some of the clever people in the community could handle the rest. Most of these types of applications have command line options and just need them in their particular way.