Join Brian Randell for an in-depth discussion in this video Build your database for SQL Server, part of DevOps for the Database with TFS 2018.
- [Instructor] In order to build your database project…for SQL Server,…you're going to go up into Team Foundation Server…via the web interface…and you're going to create a build definition.…This is something that changed…when Microsoft reinvigorated their build process.…You no longer use Visual Studio to do this.…You're going to create a build definition…using the .NET Desktop template.…And when you do that,…it'll be made up of a number of tasks or steps…that you go through to actually do the build process.…You're going to adjust some settings within there,…save, queue, and then build your database project.…
If you remember from the previous chapter,…the build process is about taking the model definition…and all those .SQL files…and generating the DAC pack…which contains the model definition used during deployment.…So let's take a look at…how we configure our build definition…and look at our agents inside Team Foundation Server.…
- Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2018
- SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT)
- Configuring version control of a SQL database
- Installing and importing a database
- Setting up users, team build, agents, and pipelines
- Handling changes, branching, and merging
- Making local deployments
- Building a database for SQL Server
- Continuous integration
- Continuous deployment
- Working with multiple groups and environments
- Testing databases using frameworks
- Working with static data and data motion
- Versioning a database
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Tooling Overview
2. Version Control Your Database
3. Build Your Database
4. Release Your Database
5. Test Your Database
6. Real-World Issues
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