SQL Source Control

2003

 
License: Demo
Price:
$119.00
Rated:
Downloads: 11
Op. System: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 4.x,WinXP,Windows2000
Last updated: 01-01-2003
File size: 7.62 MB
Publisher: Skilled Software
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Publisher description for SQL Source Control

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SQL Source Control 2003 enables source control of code and documentation of your databases. Full source control and documentation versioning support is possible through integration with Visal Source Safe. Versioning is possible for each database item (tables, stored procedures, views, functions, triggers), including SQL scripts and documentation history. You may create and version database documentation quick and easy, down to table columns or stored proced ure parameters, generate reports in easy to read and share HTML format. With built-in database management support users can browse, edit and remove existing items, add new tables, views, stored procedures, functions and triggers. Wi th exclusive checkouts developers may work together on the same database. They don't have to worry about possibility of several developers changing the same database object. Now each change is independely versioned and documented. Deleted ite ms management enables you to recover deleted database items from source control and put them back into your database. SQL code editor features full syntax color coding to improve the readability of complex statements. Also included automatic so urce code completion best known as IntelliSense. Find/Replace with regular expressions support, line numbering. You may also bring deleted SQL database items back to life. With deleted items management you may recover deleted database items fr om source control and put them back into your database.

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Visitor: anonymous
after purchasing this product and trying it without the restrictions that the demo version has, i found this product to be far from commercial quality. using the full version (no limits on the # of objects) on a real world database with hundreds of objects (tables, sp, views, functions) here is what i've found 1. this product is SLOW and buggy. 2. a simple query on a table takes forever and ends in an exception. 3. the developer wrote this in .net, but chose to use ODBC. 1 step forward, 2 steps back. 4. Items checked out are taken from the database and not from Visual Source safe. is this source control? 5. sometimes the butons to check in an object becomes disabled for no reason. 6. last but not least. straight from the horses' mouth "WE HAVE A NO REFUND POLICY"
General rate: Negative