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Record Table Changes in Scripts

Posted on 2008-06-17
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Back with SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Manager, I seem to recall a way to "record" a change to a table in a script.  I could make a change to a table on the development server, record the script, test the change on the development server, then run the script on the production server.  Does SSMS offer such a tool?
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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Hello jdana,
yes SSMS has that feature
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GOD BLESS,

Aneesh R.
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Where do I find it in the SSMS IDE?
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right click and do the modification on the table, whenever you modify the table a "generate script " tool bar will come, usually u can find it b/w the "New Query" and  "Object explorer"
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Perfect.  Thank you sir.
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