Do you stop dealing with Data and Schema?
26/05/2017 10:08 AM by
Why don't most developers plan ahead? Take an average Desktop application that you sell to a few customers. When the customer wants a new version, there is no problem giving the customer the new exe. But what if you made a back-end structural changes to your database? Big hassle! You need to compare the database to remind you what was changed. Sure there are utilities for this - for Access back ends you can use SSW Data Renovator or for SQL Server back ends there is Red-gate SQL Compare - but why go to this trouble?
Do you feel this rule needs an update?