Ugh. Impact analysis is one my least favorite tasks. And despite the fact it’s gotten easier over the years with the addition of being able to check object dependencies natively within SQL Server Management Studio, I still find myself resorting to wildcard searches of object definitions for various reasons. (For example: dependencies on objects accessed […]
Awhile, back I answered a LinkedIn question on version control for database objects. After continuing to use Visual Studio for Database projects for an additional four years since the original question was asked, my answer remains the same.
If you’re coming to Visual Studio 2010 from SQL Server Management Studio you’re probably getting annoyed by the fact that pressing the F5 does not execute your SQL when using the T-SQL Editor window. Do not fear! Like the $6 Million Dollar Man, “we have the technology… Better… Stronger… Faster.” Instead of the three buttons […]