SQL Source Control 5.0 release notes
Published 23 May 2016
Before you update, here are a few things you should know:
The new migrations solution replaces all previous versions
Migration scripts created using previous versions of SQL Source Control won't be compatible with SQL Source Control 5. To make sure any existing migration scripts aren't lost, see Upgrading from old versions of migration scripts before you update to SQL Source Control 5.
To deploy SQL Source Control 5 migration scripts using SQL Compare, you'll need SQL Compare version 11.6 or greater.
The following version control systems are no longer supported:
The following SQL Server versions are no longer supported:
- SQL Server 2005 (RTM, SP1, SP2, SP3 and SP4).
5.0.1 - May 25th, 2016
SOC-7915: SQL Source Control no longer throws an error message when upgrading migrations following a cancelled operation or error.
SOC-7913: SQL Source Control no longer throws an error when starting Management Studio if other Redgate tools have corrupt installations.
SOC-7920: SQL Source Control no longer throws an error when starting Management Studio if Object Locking is disabled.
SOC-7086: SQL Source Control no longer allows you to switch tabs during a commit
SOC-6260: In some circumstances, you may see an error message saying "Couldn't get write lock". It is safe to ignore this error message and continue working. We're currently working on a fix for this issue, and we'll make the fix available as soon as possible.
5.0.0 - May 23rd, 2016
Improved migrations solution
Migration scripts in SQL Source Control 5 now support:
- Git and working folder, along with every other version control system.
- Branching and merging, conflict resolution and interactive rebasing version control features.
- Data-only migration scripts. These are scripts that aren’t linked to specific schema changes.
Also, SQL Source Control no longer needs a dedicated migration scripts repository.
- Redesigned Commit and Get latest tabs
- Improved Refresh performance
- Support for SQL Server Management Studio 2016
- Ability to switch to other Redgate tools by clicking the product logo in the top-left corner
- Objects not covered by a migration script can now be excluded from a get latest
- SQL Source Control no longer throws errors on machines with FIPS enabled
- SOC-7840: SQL Source Control no longer throws an error message when switching databases during an SVN commit
- SOC-7346: SQL Source Control no longer throws an error message when performing two operations on the same database linked to SVN
- SOC-7693: SQL Source Control no longer throws an error message when performing two operations on the same database linked to Git
- SOC-7504: SQL Source Control no longer throws a DmvResultMergeException
- SOC-7834: Fix support for Team Explorer 2012 in SSMS 2008/2008R2
- SOC-7554: SQL Source Control no longer errors intermittently on refresh
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