Failure updating asp net script maps
Data can be generally divided into two groups: It is recommended to keep these groups separated from the beginning of a project in order to avoid another “last mile” problem.We initialize the database with data either through scripts / CSVs kept in separate folders for each group or we embed initial data in upgrade scripts (for ease of deployment in smaller systems).The following practices are not required, but I have found them really useful, and you should at least consider using them in your new projects.We found that following format for the database version string is most flexible: The first element changes on major releases / phase of a system, e.g. The two subsequent elements are controlled by developers.Every schema has its own version and upgrade scripts.
This means that they should not contain any paths, names of database instances, SQL user names or linked server configurations.
You (as a developer) do not always compare it against the original.
So it is hard to detect situations when different versions of the upgrade script have been applied to a database instance.
For example: Team A is working on release 1 could use the 2.x.x range for Shared schema and 1.x.x for Ordering schema, while Team B working on release 2 would use 3.x.x range for Shared schema and 1.x.x for Reporting schema.
The drawback of writing upgrade scripts during development is that there is a lot of them.
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