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SSDT Dev in Visual Studio Code

I have been quite interested by vs code and have been using it more and more recently. I use it for ...

Updating TSqlModels (DacFx)

This one is for the DacFx nuts out there, it can’t be a very big club but judging from the occ...

DacFxed - Powershell Nugetized DacFx wrapper

Deploying a dacpac from powershell should be pretty easy, there is a .net api which you can use to o...

What is SSDT? Part 3 - an API for me, an API for you, an API for everyone!

In the final part of this 3 part series on what SSDT actually is I am going to talk about the docume...

Using the ScriptDom without losing comments

The ScriptDom is cool, it lets you parse T-SQL, play around with the AST (tree of statements) and th...

Blocking SSDT Deployments When You Dont Like Something

This is probably the last contributor that I am going to add to the DacFx deployment contributors pr...

SQL Server Edition aware SSDT deployment scripts

Another day another deployment contributor for the project: https://github.com/DacFxDeploymentContri...

Deploy SSDT INSERTS in Batches

I have added my first actual deployment contributor to my deployment contributor project: https://gi...

ScriptDom Visualizer

Writing code to generate TSql using the ScriptDom is hard. There is a seemingly bewildering array of...

Shared SSDT Deployment Contributor Repository and Free Help

One of the best features of SSDT is deployment contributors. They are so exciting I am going to say ...