Database Build Automation The First Step to Continuous Integration

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 16 Dec 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

So you're keen to take the first steps to the continuous integration of your database. You have to start by getting your database into source control. You can then begin to automate your build processes in order to generate and test a database. By doing this regularly, you'll be much better prepared for the deployment process because you'll have solved integration issues when they happen, and facilitated the broader testing process....

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