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    2 comments  ·  SQL Compare  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I need this as well. I am using the command line in a very busy shared environment on a DB with many objects. It takes 5+ minutes to do a compare, I'm using the /Include:Table:<regex> option to just get the specific objects I want, but the process compares every single object in the db then applies the regex filters. It would be a HUGE time saver/quality of life improvement, if the regex filters could be applied up front to just find objects matching the name, and then do the compare on just them.

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    Also I know that if the apply changes fails, it prompts you to open the script. I'd like that to be an option initially.

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    5 comments  ·  SQL Source Control  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    This would be a huge win. I have a DB with over 10k objects in it and the Commit tab sometimes takes 10+ minutes to load. Having to load the tab, commit to the local GIT repository, then load the tab again so the PUSH button appears is torture. I can work around it by committing through SSMS and then jumping over to VS to push from there but.. then why am I using SSMS in the first place..

    Please allow for Commit+Push or at least expose the Push button somehow without having to load the Commit tab.