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SQL Enterprise Manager Stored Procedures and Subversion

From: Janca, Tanya <TJanca_at_justice.gc.ca>
Date: 2007-10-05 17:28:10 CEST

Hello all,

We are using Enterprise Manager to edit our stored procedures. We are
starting a new project and considering all of our source control
options. Is there a way to integrate subversion into MS SQL Server 7 to
edit our stored procedures. We currently use Enterprise Manager for
editing... We do not want to have to export our scripts one by one,
check them into a source control program, and then discipline ourselves
to check them out, edit them in our database, test them, export and copy
into our source control text files, then check them in again. It's quite
tedious, and could easily end up creating a mess. =3D20 =3D20 The = only
fully-integrated option we have come up with so far is to get .Net 2005
TEAM Edition and MS Visual Source Safe, then editing our stored
procedures with the .Net. The two apps fully integrate for stored
procedures, but only the team edition, not the pro edition that we
already own licenses to... An upgrade with all new licenses is
expensive. We are looking for a more economical solution. Is subversion
it?

Thanks

Tanya
Received on Fri Oct 5 17:36:02 2007

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