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Microsoft Azure Development Cookbook Second Edition by Neil Mackenzie, Roberto Freato

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Developing a SQL Database with Visual Studio

While developing a database as the data tier for our applications, there are many tools to help us in creating tables, views, stored procedures, starting from a design phase and more or less adhering to the ER conceptual modeling.

Developers often delegate DBAs to build a powerful database that meets their application's needs, and in most cases, the DB Team is somehow disconnected from the Dev Team. From a process-management perspective, as the requirements are part of the same software artifact, a unified toolset is desirable. Why not use the same IDE to develop the application as well? Why not use Visual Studio?

For a while now, Visual Basic has offered to create a database project, a kind of project ...

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