RE: Source Control for DB objects

Hi Jeremy,

>> In particular, I'd also be curious what 
>> development tools you use (Oracle's SQL Developer? Toad?) 
Toad.
SQL*Plus.
TortoiseSVN.
Subversion command line utilities.

I tried SQL Developer, I just don't like it. But then again, I've been a
Toad fan for a good many years now. Since before Quest owned it.


>> and if your tools integrate with your source control system 
>> for PL/SQL scripts.
Toad does, with Subversion plus a few others. I do have a problem with
Toad's current (due for a refit soon!) implementation of source control
using Subversion. When I have say 10 files open in the editor to fix one
particular bug, then I have to check them all back in, via Toad, one at
a time.

The whole point of Subversion is to check all 10 files in together as
one commit.

A forthcoming version of Toad 11, I think, will allow this feature. In
the meantime, I save all the files to a working folder and do the commit
separately using TortoiseSVN. (Which Toad can interface with by the
way.)


>> I'd also be curious to hear what you 
>> put into change control - just PL/SQL code, or also system 
>> configuration/schema updates?  How about shell scripts?
Just about everything I do to be honest:

PL/SQL
SQL scripts
Bash scripts
PHP scripts
Windows command files.
Text files (non script)
PDF files.
XML files.
C source.
C++ source.
68000 Assembly Source (Not Oracle related obviously!)
Etc....

As I move from job to job, I take my scripts with me. They evolve.
Keeping everything in a repository is great as I can dump the repository
when I move on, and keep the latest versions (actually, entire history)
with me.

I also run quite a few Subversion repositories on a USB stick.


Cheers,
Norm.

Norman Dunbar
Contract Senior Oracle DBA
Capgemini Database Team (EA)
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External : 0113 231 2051


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