One of the most common issue you can find when source controlling the database is about the security. How to manage the users and the related permissions?
If you use to apply permission to users and to assign users to the database, this can be a problem, especially when you are in the deployment phase (or else when getting latest versions from the source control). Let’s see these two scenarios:
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My “Unit testing with SQL Server” article is now online on SQLServerCentral.com. A big thanks goes to Steve Jones (@way0utwes).
You can read it here.
Stay tuned! 🙂
After SQL Saturday Pordenone, I’ll keep speaking about DLM (aka ALM on databases) during the following events:
.Net Campus a Roma
, May 30, I’ll speak about continuous integration with SQL Server (source control, unit testing, deploy).
There’s a lot of work to do. But I’m thinking now about two or three new sessions. I hope to finish them in the last months of the year, and I hope to meet you in one of these events, at least online.
EssentialSQL.com is a very useful resource for learning SQL Server.
As in the website homepage: “Now it is time to learn SQL in simple English.”
Kris would like to reach the following goals:
- Get started in an easy to follow step-by-step manner.
- Use reader’s time wisely (focusing on what is important to learn to get the most value from your time).
- Answer the questions.
I’ve found this interview very interesting. We’ve spoken about my favourite topics, like Source control on database and database unit testing. This is my job, everyday.
We’ve spoken also about worst practices I saw in my past experiences and then he asked me to give some suggestion to people who start to explore SQL Server.
Stay tuned! 🙂
My SQL Saturday Parma slide decks are available to download on SlideShare.
Concepts: ALM/DLM, team work, differences between code and databases.
Stay Tuned! 🙂