Visual Studio Rangers publish guidance for Visual Studio 2010 Database projects

Visual Studio Rangers publish guidance for Visual Studio 2010 Database projects

Posted by richard | August 24, 2010 | SQL Server, Visual Studio 2010

Today the Visual Studio ALM Rangers published more solid guidance. This time it was around a favorite topic of mine – Visual Studio database projects.

This guidance focuses on 5 areas:

  • Solution and Project Management
  • Source Code Control and Configuration Management
  • Integrating External Changes with the Project System
  • Build and Deployment Automation with Visual Studio Database Projects
  • Database Testing and Deployment Verification

This release includes common guidance, usage scenarios, hands on labs, and lessons learned from real world engagements and the community discussions.

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