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RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in

Author sevenfold (OCN Member)
Full name Sevenfold Exurbanite
Date 2012-04-03 13:57:53 PDT
Message Thanks for the heads-up.

I don't think it will be too much trouble because I have already discovered a couple of add-ins that work for SSMS Express. These add-ins support more than one version of SSMS Express. However, I will double-check the fine print of the EULA.

If Microsoft finally bellyaches about such an add-in working under Express then I will restrict it to SSMS. Right now, I just need to figure out to make it!

RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in

Author rhuijben (OCN Member)
Full name Bert Huijben
Date 2012-04-03 09:55:35 PDT
Message > -----Original Message-----
> From: Sevenfold Exurbanite [mailto:sevenfoldexu​rbanite at live dot com]
> Sent: dinsdag 3 april 2012 9:23
> To: users at ankhsvn dot open dot collab dot net
> Subject: RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in
>
> Alrighty then!
>
> Just to record an update I want to make an entry. It looks like the
best way
> to approach this is to create an Add-In for SSMS based on what I've read.
> SSMS Express doesn't "officially" support Add-Ins but I managed to get one
> working by some registry manipulation.
>
> SSMS Express doesn't support the use of solution files and they are
being
> phased out in the main SSMS. So, I will need to figure out how to perform
> the interactions with the Object Explorer in SSMS.
>
> ...and then I'll need to find the time to do all this.
> *sigh*

Please check the license agreement to check if it is not supported versus
illegal to load addins.

An early ancestor of testdriven.net side-loaded inside a Visual Studio
Express version, which fell in that last category.

I think you are in the safe 'not supported' category, but allowed category
but personally I would verify again to avoid things like...
http://weblogs.asp.n​et/nunitaddin/pages/​microsoft-lawyers-ch​apter-3.aspx
(Nice history on this weblog)

    Bert

RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in

Author sevenfold (OCN Member)
Full name Sevenfold Exurbanite
Date 2012-04-03 09:22:50 PDT
Message Alrighty then!

    Just to record an update I want to make an entry. It looks like the best way to approach this is to create an Add-In for SSMS based on what I've read. SSMS Express doesn't "officially" support Add-Ins but I managed to get one working by some registry manipulation.

    SSMS Express doesn't support the use of solution files and they are being phased out in the main SSMS. So, I will need to figure out how to perform the interactions with the Object Explorer in SSMS.

...and then I'll need to find the time to do all this.
*sigh*

RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in

Author sevenfold (OCN Member)
Full name Sevenfold Exurbanite
Date 2012-03-28 09:44:54 PDT
Message Hello, Bert.

You had mentioned using the old-style SCC integration.

I am assuming that meant MSSCCI 1.3 specs?

Would they be found at: http://msdn.microsof​t.com/en-us/library/​bb166170%28v=vs.80%2​9.aspx

Sorry for sounding so daft but I'm trying to get a sense of direction of what I actually need to do.

Thx.

RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in

Author sevenfold (OCN Member)
Full name Sevenfold Exurbanite
Date 2012-03-22 07:14:55 PDT
Message Thank you.

I'll set up a virtual machine with the RedGate product and see how it performs.



> From: bert at qqmail dot nl
> To: brasstilde at gmail dot com; sevenfoldexurbanite at live dot com
> CC: users at ankhsvn dot open dot collab dot net
> Subject: RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in
> Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 13:13:49 +0100
>
>
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Brad Stiles [mailto:brasstilde at gmail dot com]
> > Sent: donderdag 22 maart 2012 12:48
> > To: Sevenfold Exurbanite
> > Cc: users at ankhsvn dot open dot collab dot net
> > Subject: Re: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in
> >
> > I'd think you'd need to figure out what SQLMS needs first.
> >
> > On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 4:02 PM, Sevenfold Exurbanite
> > <sevenfoldexurban​ite at live dot com> wrote:
> > > Okay!
> > >
> > > I cannot find an open-source SVN client for SQL Management Studio
> > 2005/2008. There seems to be a lot of other developers looking for such a thing
> > as well. So, I want to put my money where my mouth is and make some sort of
> > extension or off-shoot or something of AnkhSVN to accomplish this.
> > >
> > > Where do I get started?
> > > (Aside from downloading the source code that is.)
>
> I would recommend also looking at the Redgate product that does about the same thing. (Last time I checked most redgate products had fully functional demos). How their tool works probably tells a lot on how you can integrate.
>
> Their tool uses SharpSvn; the same Subversion library as used by AnkhSVN.
>
> Last time I checked the SQL Studio had no official SCC integration support like that of Visual Studio, so the SCM support would have to be custom build or via the old-style SCC integration from the VC 6.0 era.
>
> Bert
>
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RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in

Author rhuijben (OCN Member)
Full name Bert Huijben
Date 2012-03-22 05:14:04 PDT
Message > -----Original Message-----
> From: Brad Stiles [mailto:brasstilde at gmail dot com]
> Sent: donderdag 22 maart 2012 12:48
> To: Sevenfold Exurbanite
> Cc: users at ankhsvn dot open dot collab dot net
> Subject: Re: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in
>
> I'd think you'd need to figure out what SQLMS needs first.
>
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 4:02 PM, Sevenfold Exurbanite
> <sevenfoldexurban​ite at live dot com> wrote:
> > Okay!
> >
> > I cannot find an open-source SVN client for SQL Management Studio
> 2005/2008. There seems to be a lot of other developers looking for such a thing
> as well. So, I want to put my money where my mouth is and make some sort of
> extension or off-shoot or something of AnkhSVN to accomplish this.
> >
> > Where do I get started?
> > (Aside from downloading the source code that is.)

I would recommend also looking at the Redgate product that does about the same thing. (Last time I checked most redgate products had fully functional demos). How their tool works probably tells a lot on how you can integrate.

Their tool uses SharpSvn; the same Subversion library as used by AnkhSVN.

Last time I checked the SQL Studio had no official SCC integration support like that of Visual Studio, so the SCM support would have to be custom build or via the old-style SCC integration from the VC 6.0 era.

    Bert

Re: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in Re: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in

Author brasstilde (OCN Member)
Full name Brad Stiles
Date 2012-03-22 04:47:47 PDT
Message I'd think you'd need to figure out what SQLMS needs first.

On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 4:02 PM, Sevenfold Exurbanite
<sevenfoldexurban​ite at live dot com> wrote:
> Okay!
>
>    I cannot find an open-source SVN client for SQL Management Studio 2005/2008.  There seems to be a lot of other developers looking for such a thing as well.  So, I want to put my money where my mouth is and make some sort of extension or off-shoot or something of AnkhSVN to accomplish this.
>
> Where do I get started?
> (Aside from downloading the source code that is.)
>
> Thx,
> 7fold.
>
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RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in RE: SQL Management Studio SVN client/plug-in

Author sevenfold (OCN Member)
Full name Sevenfold Exurbanite
Date 2012-03-21 13:02:50 PDT
Message Okay!

    I cannot find an open-source SVN client for SQL Management Studio 2005/2008. There seems to be a lot of other developers looking for such a thing as well. So, I want to put my money where my mouth is and make some sort of extension or off-shoot or something of AnkhSVN to accomplish this.

Where do I get started?
(Aside from downloading the source code that is.)

Thx,
7fold.

RE: SQL Management Studio RE: SQL Management Studio

Author rhuijben (OCN Member)
Full name Bert Huijben
Date 2008-11-26 14:48:35 PST
Message > -----Original Message-----
> From: Pete Inman [mailto:peterinman{a​}mcpplc.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2008 5:38 PM
> To: users at ankhsvn dot open dot collab dot net
> Subject: RE: SQL Management Studio
>
> did anyone get this working?

    Hi,

One of our users (or developers?) contacted a Microsoft employee on this
topic.

It seems the SQL Management studio does not implement loading SCC providers
or other packages.

(With some hacks we got an AnkhSVN version that showed up in the list, but
selecting it didn't do anything).


So, it looks like Microsoft used a Visual Studio shell with the same
addin+package policy as their express edition and we can't do anything about
this.


Luckily The SQL management studio registers all its project types in the
primary Visual Studio shell which does enable SCC operations.

By the way see issue #540 (http://ankhsvn.net/i​ssues/?id=540) on some issues
found with these project types.


Thanks + sorry,
    Bert

RE: SQL Management Studio RE: SQL Management Studio

Author peteinman (OCN Member)
Full name Pete Inman
Date 2008-11-26 08:37:56 PST
Message did anyone get this working?
Pete

RE: SQL Management Studio RE: SQL Management Studio

Author yschiller (OCN Member)
Full name Yaniv Schiller
Date 2008-07-10 06:32:10 PDT
Message This would be great. Any progress? Where did you register Ankh in the registry?

SQL Management Studio SQL Management Studio

Author blitzd (OCN Member)
Full name Kevin Dahl
Date 2008-05-28 11:00:20 PDT
Message Does anyone know if it's possible to get AnkhSVN to work in SQL Management Studio? Neither the 1.03 or the 2.0 versions appear to register themselves as a source control provider for SSMS 2005. I tried a bit of registry tweaking and can get it to show up as an option, but I must have missed something because it doesn't let you select it.
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