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Integrate SQL source control directly into SSMS
Use dedicated or shared development models
View conflicts and resolve directly in the UI
View a detailed history of changes
Lock objects to prevent overwrites
Set team policies for check outs and locks
Apply changes with dependency aware scripts
Create and apply labels from source control

Features

Popular source control systems support

Native and command line support for all the most popular source control systems including Git, Mercurial, Perforce, Subversion, and Team Foundation Server or any source control system which have command line support. Learn more

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Choice of database development models

Support for simultaneous work on dedicated and shared databases

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Working folder

Link database to any folder in the file system Learn more

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Object filtering

Exclude database or repository only objects from source control by schema, type or specific objects Learn more

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Action center

Work with the latest object changes in real time Learn more

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Batch operation processing

Perform source control operations on multiple objects simultaneously. Learn more

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Conflict resolution

Merge changes with either a built-in or third-party script diff/merge tools Learn more

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Checking out and locking objects

Check out and lock objects in order to prevent others from making changes. Learn more

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Changes rollback

Undo the latest changes made against selected objects.Learn more

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Historical view

See the complete history of all committed object changes Learn more

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Static data support

Place your static data under source control for easier tracking of changes Learn more

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Labels

Create labels and get by label easily Learn more

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Database development policies

Set source control implementation rules by using policies Learn more

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Object status

See the current status of objects in a shared database Learn more

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Change log

Track who made changes, when, and on which objects in a shared database Learn more

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Offline mode

Ability to work offline for distributed source control systems Learn more

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Advantages of ApexSQL Source Control – Part 1

This blog article is a short overview of some key/unique features and/or the important advantages of ApexSQL Source Control vs other tools

Advantages of ApexSQL Source Control – Part 2

This article describes additional features found only in ApexSQL Source Control

SQL Server database continuous integration workflow commit step – Committing SQL database changes to a source control repository

This article describes the commit step as the first step in the database continuous integration process

How to maintain SQL database changes working with Git branches

This article describes Git branching basics and how to utilize Git branching through ApexSQL Source Control

Integrate source control with SQL Server to reduce database development time

This article describes how to utilize ApexSQL Source Control in order to reduce database development time

How to implement SQL Server source control using the dedicated development model

This article gives an overview of the dedicated model and how to use ApexSQL Source Control to meet the given requirement

How to implement SQL Server source control using the shared development model

This article gives an overview of the shared model and how to use ApexSQL Source Control to meet the given requirement

Revision history of an object change in a SQL database using Git

This article describes how to review the history of committed changes when working with Git including the process of comparing revisions, reverting changes and undoing commits

Synchronize SQL database changes between local and remote repositories

This article describes various ways to synchronize changes between local and remote Git repositories, and how to utilize the „Go offline“ feature in ApexSQL Source Control, to synchronize directly from SQL Server Management Studio

SQL Server database continuous integration workflow build step – Building a SQL database from a source control repository

This article describes the build step as the second step in the database continuous integration process

ApexSQL Source Control 2017 – Screen shot tour

This article represents a screen shot tour of ApexSQL Source Control features with a brief description

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ApexSQL Redgate®
Integration
      SQL Server Management Studio 2012 - 2016
Cloud
      Azure SQL Database
      SQL Server on Amazon RDS
Database development models
      Dedicated
      Shared
Features
      Branching / merging
      Change log
      Ignore comparison and synchronization options
      Migration scripts
      Object filtering
      Object locking
      Revision history
      Static data
      Working folder
      Built-in difference merging
      Database development policies
      Database level object status
      Labels
      Object check out
Source control system support
      Git Native Native
      Subversion Native Native
      Team Foundation Server Native Native
      Mercurial Native CLI
      Perforce Native CLI
Price
$299 $495

ApexSQL Source Control 2016.04

Redgate® Source Control 5


Comparison was conducted on September 21, 2016

Disclaimer: All product and company names are trademarks or registered® trademarks of their respective holders.
ApexSQL is not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with other companies listed or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates

Roadmap

SSDT projects support

Include SQL Server Data Tools projects in version control

Associate work item ID with commit

Link the committed changeset with the specified work item ID on Team Foundation Server

Branching and merging support

Create new Git branch and merge projects from different branches directly from SQL Server Management Studio

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General
Support for SQL Server 2016
SQL Server Management Studio 2016 integration
Support for SQL Server on Amazon RDS
New Script options:
Ignore comparison options
Synchronization options
Manage owners options
Improved Import connections feature:
New Connections tab in the Options window
New pane for choosing databases that will be linked
Improved shared database development model
Global object filtering settings
Manage number of changesets to be shown in History form
Manage number of labels to be shown in Labels form
Support for SQL Server Management Studio v17.0 RC1 integration
Support for SQL Server 2017 CTP 1
Support for Visual Studio Team Services Git repositories
Improved built-in merge/diff tool:
More precise highlighting
Improved search functionality
Added various options (font resizing, work wrap, highlighting color changing)
Associate work item ID with changeset on TFS
Create new branch
Merge projects
SSDT projects support
GUI themes
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Testimonials

I've been quite happy with the ApexSQL Source Control tool.

Bryan Johns

Hobbyist/OSS developer

We are really satisfied with ApexSQL Source Control tool and really pleased to be part of your success. Congratulations!

Felipe Souza

Linear Code

I find ApexSQL Source Control absolutely essential to have proper functionality in place to manage auditing of database object changes (who changed what and when), versioning (enabling reverting to any version of a database object) and controls enabling multiple developers to safely work on the same database. Source Control from ApexSQL achieves this and is affordable, is maturing rapidly by developers who have a passion to see their software surpass their competitors, and support is always impeccable. I recommend this software and company to all of my clients.

Robert Blomstrand

Senior Database and .Net Developer Consultant

Exabyte Development

I’m very pleased with ApexSQL Source Control. Glad to have our SQL in Source Control, and it works great for me to capture and safely track changes made by some of our power users without them having to be directly involved.

Lee Morrison

Director of Software Development

Dual Commercial, Inc.

Liked how ApexSQL Source Control hooked up to TFS quickly and tracked the source changes of the various objects I altered during my testing. In addition, ApexSQL Source Control is very fast to install and link to the databases on my SQL instance. We created a custom tool to do something similar to this, and it was a pain to manage. With ApexSQL Source Control, it takes all of the guess work out of SC.

Rick Olsen

Manager of Application Development

R&B Solutions

Sharky

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Deployment

Deploy databases from source control

Data compare

Compare data to source control

Schema compare

Compare and sync database schemas

Script

Script databases to source control

ApexSQL Source Control is part of the

ApexSQL CI/CD toolkit

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