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Plug and Play Database Continuous Integration with TeamCity
In a previous blog I describe in twenty one easy steps how to set up continuous integration using a combination of TeamCity and Red Gate tools. Okay, it’s easy only in a relative sense, giving that until recently database continuous integration was almost impossible to set up. One would always suspect that a twenty-one-step process is a long way from the optimal simplicity. Also, having to negotiate the command lines and learning the intricacies of their respective switches and exit codes is tedious ......

Posted On Monday, July 23, 2012 6:06 PM

List of resources for database continuous integration
Because there is so little information on database continuous integration in the wild, I’ve taken it upon myself to aggregate as much as possible and post the links to this blog. Because it’s my area of expertise, this will focus on SQL Server and Red Gate tooling, although I am keen to include any quality articles that discuss the topic in general terms. Please let me know if you find a resource that I haven’t listed! General database Continuous Integration · What is Database Continuous Integration? ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 9, 2012 12:10 PM

How to build a database from source control
If your organization has continuous integration in place, it will most likely contain a build step in which your latest application source code gets pulled from source control, compiled, and optionally subjected to a various tests. If you’re a Microsoft shop, chances are that your application works alongside an instance of SQL Server. SQL Source Control allows you to put your schema objects in source control by maintaining a set of per-object creation scripts representing in your existing version ......

Posted On Monday, April 16, 2012 6:18 PM

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