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Re: How to version a database

From: Bryan Donlan <bdonlan_at_hikari.afraid.org>
Date: 2005-02-06 21:06:23 CET

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Will Merrell wrote:
| I am heading up a project that has several members and we are developing a
| web application. We have the development environment loaded on our
| individual machines to allow development even when not connected.
| The part I want some suggestions on is keeping the database up to date. We
| use MySql installed on our local machines. The best solution I have
come up
| with so far is to dump the database to a text file before doing a commit,
| keep the dump file in Subversion, and restore the database after doing an
| update.
| This works, but is clumsy and error prone. How do other people handle this
| kind of situation? What other options do people use?

If you want a system which allows you to use a subversion repository
without network access, perhaps SVK would be a good choice for you?

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