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Monitoring Structure Databases - Microsoft SQL / MS SQL Server

Dear All, We have a system with a development database, 7 programmers and myself. As our deadlines are tight the programmers can make changes to the development database, however sometimes they do not tell me, and the creation of the test database fails. I was wondering then if there was a simple method of tracking structure changes (other than profile). Peter...

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    Dear All,

    We have a system with a development database, 7
    programmers and myself. As our deadlines are tight the
    programmers can make changes to the development database,
    however sometimes they do not tell me, and the creation of
    the test database fails.

    I was wondering then if there was a simple method of
    tracking structure changes (other than profile).

    Peter
    Peter Guest

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    Thanks Uri, but that will not work with our setup. The
    reason is that our manager wants the developers to have
    full access to the development database to make changes
    asap.

    Peter
     
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    Peter Guest

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    Default Monitoring Structure Databases

    check out DB Ghost at www.dbghost.com , It is source code
    change management for SQL Server. Red-gate and others
    just compare. This gives you the tool to manage all your
    database source.
     
    database, 
    of 
    mark Guest

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