After changing the files in a SQL Server Data project, it’s time to deploy the changes to a live SQL Server instance. SQL Server Data Tools provides the publish tool which send the changes to a connected database server. This is the ideal choice for deploying to a server that you have access to can connect to from the developer computer.
- [Voiceover] After making your database changes,…the next step is to deploy them,…and SQL Server Data Tools provides a couple of ways.…The first way is the publish way,…and this works well when you have…a visible connection to the database,…so somewhere on your local machine…or on your network, or on an Azure server,…you can see the machine, and to do that…kind of deployment, you right-click…and choose Publish.…The other option is to use a DACPAC file deployment,…and a DACPAC is like a SQL Server database installer.…
You create that by right-clicking…and choosing Snapshot Project.…I'll talk about the Publish option in this movie,…and in the next movie I'll talk about the DACPAC option.…Choose the Publish option.…Now, the idea here is that I can see my database,…so somewhere like I said on my network,…my local machine, or Azure, I can make a connection…to that database.…To make connection I click on Edit,…browse out to find the database I want…and make the target.…That set up my connection string,…and then I tell it the name…
- Exploring integration with Azure data sources and other Microsoft databases
- Working with SQL Server Express LocalDB
- Connecting to databases with Server Explorer
- Working with database tables
- Manipulating tables with the SQL Server Object Explorer
- Creating queries and custom views
- Creating stored procedures
- Comparing databases
- Building a data project in Visual Studio
- Refactoring a database object
- Deploying the database
- Connecting to Azure databases
- Deploying data projects to Azure
- Integrating Visual Studio with Entity Framework
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 08/23/2017. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: installing the SSDT features and why LocalDB is essential for developers.
1. Database and Data Integration
The Azure data sources2m 35s
2. SQL Server Express LocalDB
3. Server Explorer
4. SQL Server Object Explorer
5. Queries, Views, and Stored Procedures
6. Compare databases
7. SQL Server Data Project
8. Azure Data
Get an Azure account1m 10s
9. Entity Framework
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