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How to propogate changes in SQL server

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Hi I'm delevoping a SQL server solutiuon for a client.  The work is done locally on my PC/laptop.  For all the new objects I've created on my development server, how do I go about transferring them to the client's sever without manually recreating them through the studio manager?  Is there a straightforward way of generating a script or something ?
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use Database Scripting wizard from Microsoft and you will be able to script all the objects and data to a file. use the file to deploy the script
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sorry it is Database Publishing wizard
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