Learn more about dbForge Source Control for SQL Server

Learn how to use dbForge Source Control for SQL Server in few minutes. This page features demo resources that will help you dive deep into the tool.

Videos

Get started with dbForge Source Control in a minute

Watch the video to learn how to quickly and easily install dbForge Source Control for SQL Server.

Database version control with dbForge Source Control for SQL Server

Learn how to version-control database schemas and static data, commit and revert changes, view and resolve conflicts.

How to collaborate on a database project with dbForge Source Control

Watch the video to find out how you can collaborate on the same database project using Devart's Source Control for SQL Server.

How SQL Source Control can facilitate your teamwork

Explore the benefits of teamwork in the dedicated database development mode with Source Control.

dbForge Source Control in the DevOps pipeline

Explore the role of version control in the DevOps process and how dbForge Source Control is involved in it.

How-to Articles

Version control with Git in Azure DevOps
Version-controlling TFS in Azure DevOps
Version-controlling SQL Server Databases in GitHub
Step-by-Step Guide: How to Set Up Source Control for GitLab
Create a New Git Repository and Set up SQL Source Control for Bitbucket
How dbForge Source Control is involved in the DevOps process
dbForge Source Control vs. Visual Studio Version Control: What’s Different?
Dedicated Link Source Control Repository
Database Version Control Using Source Control for SQL Server
Creating a TFVC Repository in Azure DevOps and Linking It to Source Control
Working with Multiple Branches in Source Control
How to Set Up Source Control: a Short Guide for Evaluators

To get started quickly, take a look at these guides:

Getting started

Learn how to start working with the dbForge Source Control for SQL Server that helps version-control database schemas and data, rollback changes, and maintain the integrity of databases.

How to link a database to Git

Find out how use dbForge Source Control for SQL Server to link your database to Git, which is a distributed version control system.

How to commit changes in Source Control

Read to find information on how to use dbForge Source Control for SQL Server to update your source control repository by committing changes.

How to update to a specific revision from source control

Explore how to update your SQL Server or SQL Azure database to a specific revision from source control using the Schema Compare for SQL Server tool.

How to deploy a database from source control

Find out quick and easy ways to deploy from SQL Source Control to a target database.

dbForge Source Control

Superior SSMS add-in for easy tracking and deployment of changes