Updating data from one table to another in sql server
Ready Roll is an alternative to SSDT Database Projects that allows developers to have more control over the end database deployment script.Read more about the differences between these in the “Which tool should I use” question.
SSDT and Ready Roll Core take two different approaches to database development.What tools does Visual Studio 2017 have for database development?Visual Studio 2017 has several features specific to database development to keep developers more productive, while ensuring that application’s data and schemas are part of the Dev Ops best practices (automatic deployment, continuous integration).This makes install & management much easier, but does mean that releases align with the Visual Studio release schedule rather than shipping on an ad-hoc basis.With this change, SSDT updates for Visual Studio 2017 will generally ship after updates to SSMS and other tools.In addition to this, it might also cause blocking issues.
Here are few tips to SQL Server Optimizing the updates on large data volumes. Let’s look at the execution plan of the query shown below.
It’s been a busy few months for SSDT with multiple Release Candidate releases of the 17.0 major release, and Visual Studio 2017 shipping this week.
Here’s a quick update on the latest & greatest database tools updates you can try out.
This release will continue to be supported via the Microsoft support lifecycle, meaning any vital security fixes and similar important fixes will be released.
We recommend updating to the latest version of Visual Studio to keep getting our most up to date features.
When will SQL Server v Next & other SSDT 17.0 features be supported in VS2017?