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    5 comments  ·  SQL Source Control  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jordon Pilling commented  · 

    We have 100's of databases over many servers - Checking in every database manually (usually with the database name as the SVN revision comment) takes hours.

    It would be a huge time saver if I could check in all databases using the database name as the SVN revision comment - or schedule commits nightly.

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    Jordon Pilling commented  · 

    Indeed, i have 5 servers, 2 developers (me being one of them) making half a dozen changes a day to 30+ databases, having to check them all separately its very tedious, and for this reason, new work can go a few days before being noticed and checked in.

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    3 comments  ·  SQL Source Control  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jordon Pilling commented  · 

    If you have problems downloading the screen recording, try right-clicking and using "Save Target As..."

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    Jordon Pilling commented  · 

    Hello Chris, Sorry for the delay, only just spotted your comment!

    I am aware of the grey blobs and have no problem with them, the issue outlined above is separate to the grey blobs. It happens every morning, I came in this morning, Unlocked my computer, and hey presto, our main database server has a blue blob on a database, i right-click, Select "Commit Changes", i then wait for ages whilst its checks (its a very big database). After a minute or so, it finds no differences and the blue blob disappears!

    I took the liberty of running a screen capture of this, you can download the recording here:

    http://www.heavencore.co.uk/filehub/Videos/RedGate2.wmv

    Please advise.

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    7 comments  ·  SQL Source Control » Initial Setup  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jordon Pilling commented  · 

    Say for example that View was created manually using formatted code (from SQL Prompt for instance) and checked in, the original version in Source Control is nicely formatted and so on. However, someone then comes along, makes a small change inside mssmsand hits save on the view, the code is mashed and FAR more lines are detected as being different when that revision is next checked in. When you script items for comparison to SVN, formatted versions should be compared. Obviously if you want to check in a layout change, there will need to be an option for that too.