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Sempre a proposito di Orcas e Rosario, dei Power Tools e di tutto il resto...

Ecco la Road map ufficiale: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/teamsystem/bb407307.aspx

Major Releases

Power Tools Releases

Service Releases

In particolare aspetto con ansia i Power Tools di VSTS Db Professional:

Team Edition for Database Professionals Power Tools

“Move Schema” Refactoring
Allows a user to right click on an object and move it to a different but existing schema

SP Rename Generation
Generate a new script that will contain sp_renames for all rename refactored objects that the user can then execute.

Data / Schema Compare Build Tasks
MSBuild tasks that can generate scripts as if the user had run the Data / Schema compare UI

Script Preprocessor
Expand SQLCMD variables and include files and command line version (sqlspp.exe) & an MSBuild version ( wraps the command line version )

API Access to Schema View
Insert / Update / Delete to schema View and list schema objects and their associated files

Data / Schema Compare Build Tasks
MSBuild tasks that can generate scripts as if the user had run the Data / Schema compare UI

Dependency Tree
Show the dependencies ( incoming / outgoing ) for selected objects in a new tool window

Static Code Analysis
A precursor to the functionality that will be in future versions of VSTS that will allow you to perform Static Code Analysis on T-SQL code.

Wildcard Expansion
Automatically expand the wildcard in a select to the appropriate columns.

Fully-Qualified Name Support
Automatically inject fully-qualified names when absent in a script

Schema Reporting
DBSpecGen functionality for the project system allows you to easily document your database schema.

Spettacolo!!! smile_teeth

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