Barclay Hill

Barclay Hill, Sr. Program Manager, SQL Server Developer Tools, Code-Named “Juneau” (SSDT)

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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 Database Deployment API - Part 2

    Since posting the first code sample on how to leverage the Visual Studio Database Deployment API , I have had a number of folks contact me and ask how to do the same, but also comprehend the database references, options set in the project, refactor log, pre and post deployment scripts, etc. The short...
  • Blog Post: FREEWARE Version of Toad Extension for Visual Studio now available

    Shameless cross. FREEWARE Version of Toad Extension for Visual Studio now available
  • Blog Post: Deployment Contributor Sample: LiteScript

    In Visual Studio 2010 we have enabled a number of new extensibility points as detailed in my earlier post . In this post we will take a look at creating a deployment contributor . This deployment contributor is a deployment executor. Essentially what the sample contributor does is walks through...
  • Blog Post: Leveraging the Visual Studio 2010 Database Deployment API

    I often get questions from developers wanting to modify the deployment engine’s behavior in some way. These questions are typically motivated by the need to accommodate a specific requirement for a given environment or to support automation in some fashion. In GDR there has not been much you could do...
  • Blog Post: Custom Data Generator available for SQL Server Sparse Columns

    A custom Data Generator for SQL Server Sparse Columns is available for the VSTSDB GDR release. Genevieve Orchard , a member of the product development team, developed this Data Generator using the extensibility available in the GDR release. You can download from the Code Gallery .
  • Blog Post: Developing Custom T-SQL Static Code Analysis Rules

    Earlier this week I presented at an internal conference on the topic of Database Project Extensibility provided by the VSTSDB GDR release . We had requests to share the demo code and so I am posting it here. The sample code contains a handful of custom static code analysis rules: Avoid WAITFOR...
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