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<call target="test"/> <zip zipfile="${core.publish}\${solution.name}-DB-${sys.version}.zip"> <fileset basedir="D:\BookCode\8\${solution.name}.dbscripts\"> <include name="**"/> </fileset> </zip> <delete includeemptydirs="false"> <fileset basedir="D:\BookCode\8\${solution.name}.dbscripts\schema\"> <include name="*" /> </fileset> </delete>
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The delete step in this example only includes the generated files in the schema folder since I am not using any others. In fact, you would probably want to include the removal of scripts in the migrate folder too, because it is likely that these scripts refer to a specific database migration. The scripts in test and reference are more likely to be generally applicable, or constantly maintained across versions. For this build, so that we can test it in deployment, I have included a script in reference called transformations.xml. This file consists of three entries to be inserted into a new database instance and will be included in the published package. That is that. Running the build script produces the following significant output for the database target: database: [dbAutoIntegrate] [dbAutoIntegrate] [dbAutoIntegrate] [dbAutoIntegrate] Writing script Handling CREATE Script Writing script CREATE-0.0.0.0.sql Handling migration for etomic.sharetransformer-integrate ALTER-etomic.sharetransformer-integrate-0.0.0.0.sql
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[attrib] Setting file attributes for 1 files to Normal. [xmlpoke] Found '1' nodes matching XPath expression '/configuration/appSettings/add[@key = 'DbConnectionString']/@value'. [attrib] Setting file attributes for 1 files to ReadOnly. test: <testing output snipped> [zip] Zipping 3 files to 'D:\BookCode\BuildAreaCI\Publish\Etomic.ShareTransformer\ Etomic.ShareTransformer-DB-0.0.0.0.zip'. [delete] Deleting 2 files You can use the SQL Bundle tools to confirm that the development and integration instances are identical if you like. With the background work completed and the build scenario determined, the actual implementation in the build task was not so onerous. Of course, your own scenario may be different. The next step is to deploy the assets generated. To test out the agreed steps, we should place the system under CI and run a few iterations so that we have some assets to work with. The ccnet.config file for this is included with the source code, and contains nothing of any consequence to the database integration it is the same ccnet.config script we always use. If you like, you could make some changes to the database before each iteration, just for fun. Running a few iterations will result in the some assets being available in the publish location for Etomic.ShareTransformer, as shown in Figure 8-16.
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Figure 8-16. Published Etomic.ShareTransformer assets At this point, we can move on to construct the database deploy scripts.
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We will construct a deployment script for a fresh database deployment and also a script to handle incremental deployment. First, let us quickly review the standard web deployment script we have previously used: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <project name="Etomic.ShareTransformer" default="help"> <description> Deploy file for the Etomic.Transformer.Web application </description> <property <property <property <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail"/> name="company.name" value="Etomic"/> name="solution.name" value="${company.name}.ShareTransformer"/> name="core.publish"
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value="http://localhost/ccnet/files/${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.deploy" value="D:\dotNetDelivery\TempDeploy"/> <property name="core.environment" value="D:\dotNetDeliveryWebs\${solution.name}"/> <loadtasks assembly="D:\dotNetDelivery\Tools\NAntContrib\0.85rc2\ bin\NAnt.Contrib.Tasks.dll" /> <target name="go" depends="selectversion, get, createenvironments, position, database, configure, notify"/> <target name="selectversion" description="Selects the version of the system."> <if test="${debug}"> <property name="sys.version" value="0.0.0.0"/> </if> </target> <target name="get" description="Grab the correct assets."> <delete dir="${core.deploy}\" failonerror="false"/> <mkdir dir="${core.deploy}\${sys.version}\"/> <get src="${core.publish}/${solution.name}-Build-${sys.version}.zip" dest="${core.deploy}\${solution.name}-Build-${sys.version}.zip" /> <unzip zipfile="${core.deploy}\${solution.name}-Build-${sys.version}.zip" todir="${core.deploy}\${sys.version}\"/> </target> <target name="createenvironments" description="Create the environments required"> <mkdir dir="${core.environment}\${sys.version}\" failonerror="false"/> <mkiisdir dirpath="${core.environment}\${sys.version}\" vdirname="${solution.name}-${sys.version}"/> </target> <target name="position" description="Place required assets"> <copy todir="${core.environment}\${sys.version}\"> <fileset basedir="${core.deploy}\${sys.version}"> <include name="**"/> </fileset> </copy> </target>
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<target name="database" description="Deploy the database changes"> </target> <target name="configure" description="Amend configuration settings as necessary"> </target> <target name="notify" description="Tell everyone of the success or failure."> <echo message="Notifying you of the deploy process success."/> </target> <target name="fail"> <echo message="Notifying you of a failure in the deploy process."/> </target> </project> I have amended the dependencies to include the database target the configure target has always been there. Both of these targets are empty currently. This deploy script will operate as expected and deploy the web assets as we have previously seen. This is not a lot of help, though, since they will be pointing to the incorrect database: the development instance. The details of the database step can be implemented as follows: <target name="database" description="Deploy the database changes"> <get src="${core.publish}/${solution.name}-DB-${sys.version}.zip" dest="${core.deploy}\${solution.name}-DB-${sys.version}.zip" /> <unzip zipfile="${core.deploy}\${solution.name}-DB-${sys.version}.zip" todir="${core.deploy}\DB-${sys.version}\"/> <delete> <fileset basedir="${core.deploy}\DB-${sys.version}\schema"> <include name="ALTER*" /> </fileset> </delete> <dbIntegrate folder="${core.deploy}\DB-${sys.version}\schema" compare="CreationTime" server="localhost" database="${solution.name}-Test" uid="sa" pwd="w1bbl3" />
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