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New SSDT Projects default to the latest version of SQL Server

When you create a new SSDT project it is created (at the moment) as a SQL Server 2014 project which is annoying when you are on something else.

However, if after you have created the project you import the code from an existing database and check the box “Import Database Settings” it will set it to the correct version, which is much less annoying than trying to deploy, failing and fixing it and the deploying.

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