SO's are now fully supported in script, build, compare and sync.
Where an SO is missing from the target database sync will create it and set its
next value to match that of the source database. Where an extra SO is found in the target database sync will drop it. Where SO's are different compare will show all differences in type, precision, increment, max/min value, cycle and cache, as well as differences in start value and current value.
To sync an SO; if the difference is only within these properties (increment,minvalue,maxvalue,cycle,cache) then sync will ALTER it.
If the difference is the type then sync will DROP and re-CREATE it, and restore its current value as it was before.
NB. If the difference is only in the current value or start value, sync will ignore this and leave it to a custom script where the user implements specific business logic if they need to sync the SO values. Reasoning; a common use of SO to generate PK values, so changing the next value would often be a bad idea because of the likelihood of creating duplicate keys.
Partial Schema Upgrades
When comparing and upgrading you can now control which objects are considered not only by object types but also using a filter to match individual objects names.
Azure and 2012 Support programme
With version 126.96.36.199 we are supporting users working with Azure or SQL Server 2012.
Splice and dice static data
When comparing and upgrading data you can now control which tables, rows and even which columns are used in the process.
- Tables can be picked individually or automatically
- Choose to compare all columns or individually select from the source columns
- Rows can be filtered by adding statements for a where clause