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Building SQL Server Projects with GitLab Runners

This is the eighth part in the series: SQL Server and Continuous Integration. This post describes the set-up required for GitLab runners to automatically build SQL Server projects after each commit. I use ReadyRoll for my SQL Server projects, but SSDT projects could also be built in the same way. Topics covered so far in this series are: […]

GitLab for SQL Server Projects

This is the seventh part in the series: SQL Server and Continuous Integration. This post demonstrates the use of GitLab to build SQL Server projects. I use ReadyRoll for my SQL Server projects but SSDT projects could also be built with GitLab. Topics covered so far in this series are: Git Visual Studio ReadyRoll Installation ReadyRoll Configuration ReadyRoll […]

Starting a ReadyRoll Project

This is part 5 in the series named SQL Server and Continuous Integration. This post will cover the steps I follow to setup a ReadyRoll project. Topics covered so far in this series are: Git Visual Studio ReadyRoll Installation I’m using ReadyRoll in my Continuous Integration setup to generate migration scripts that will intelligently update existing instances […]

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