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Red Gate Software Ltd. (www.red-gate.com) produces a suite of tools known as the Red Gate SQL Bundle, which contains various tools for SQL Server, as shown in Table 8-2. Table 8-2. Red Gate SQL Bundle
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Provides comparison and synchronization scripts of schemas of SQL Server databases Provides comparison and synchronization scripts of data held on SQL Server databases Provides comparisons of server and DTS configurations for SQL Server Packages a SQL Server (data and schema) into either a C# project or an executable for deployment elsewhere Provides access to the API for extension and use of the SQL Compare, SQL Data Compare, and SQL Packager tools
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CHAPTER 8 DATABASE INTEGRATION
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Let us take a quick look at the use of the tools as they come out of the box, though the majority of the work we will do uses the APIs in order to work within NAnt. There are two flavors of tools in the current version: the regular GUI tools and also a set of command-line tools, which are just as feature-rich and probably more accessible for rapid comparisons and synchronization. We will concentrate on the SQL Compare tool, which is used to compare and synchronize database schemas. However, the SQL Data Compare and DTS Compare are very similar in terms of operation. The Packager application is a little different its core responsibility is not comparison and synchronization, but instead it handles the packaging of a database into an executable program or C# project. Firing up the GUI produces a nag screen if you are using an unlicensed copy of the software. After this, a screen asking for connection information will appear. This can be used directly as shown in Figure 8-7, or it can be canceled and a preexisting project can be loaded.
Figure 8-7. The SQL Comparison Settings screen
The help files that come with the product are more comprehensive than those found with many Tip
products, although the tool is relatively straightforward to use.
After we enter the information and click OK, SQL Compare does its magic and compares the two databases. We are dealing with very simple databases and so the information provided is minimal. In this instance, I have removed the PostCode column from the TestDB-Integration database; the effects of this can be seen in Figure 8-8.
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Figure 8-8. A simple database comparison Figure 8-8 shows that SQL Compare detected the differences between the two databases and produced the CREATE scripts (with highlighted differences) for the two databases. Additionally, the synchronization, or ALTER, scripts can be viewed by clicking the relevant tabs. Clicking the Synchronize button then walks the user through a series of screens and results in the execution of the relevant script to provide the database synchronization. Figure 8-9 shows the screen after TestDB-Integration has been updated to the latest development version. So that is a simple example of the use of the SQL Compare tool. Its real power and utility comes in its continuous use to provide migration capabilities without developers having to think too hard about it, and in its use with more complex databases. Here, for instance, it is not possible to see how SQL Compare handles the addition and removal of constraints in the correct order to ensure error-free schema changes.
If you make wholesale changes to database design such as the change of a primary key data Tip type then you may well run into some problems. SQL Compare cannot do everything, but it can do quite a lot. (I would spend more time worrying about the decision to change the data type . . .) The point is that SQL Compare is more likely to be successful when used in small steps in a continuous way in precisely the same way as unit testing and continuous integration is more successful with small steps.
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