Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Post SR1 Rollup Package 1 for Data Dude available

If you are using Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals (Data Dude), you might be surprised to know that there is a post-SR1 Rollup Package 1 update available.  It can be download here.  The list of fixes can be found here, and I have pasted it in below:

Inconsistent revalidation of database object definitions when you close and then reopen a Visual Studio database project

A database project cannot be deployed if the project contains interdependent inline functions

If you use a four-part name to reference a table, you may receive an incorrect syntax exception

Database Professional Interpreter does not handle the "sp_executesql" parameter correctly

In a Visual Studio 2005 database, you cannot import a schema that was created by using the SQL Server 2000 compatibility mode

Error message when you use Design-Time Extensibility (DTE) objects: "Do you want to reload"

Cross-database references cause slow performance when you load a project

Schema Compare crashes the Visual Studio IDE when databases contain different versions of assemblies

Schema Compare does not correctly generate the update script for a stored procedure

The schema script is not generated when triggers or views that have the same name exist

Error message when you build a deployment script: "MSB4018: The 'SqlBuildTask' task failed unexpectedly"

After Schema Compare obtains the latest project files from Source Control, Schema Compare indicates that databases are different