New Powershell Cmdlets Proposed

Aaron Nelson has proposed breaking up SQLPackage.exe into at least three cmdlets:

SQLPackage.exe – Needs to be made into at least 3 cmdlets

SQLPackage.exe – Needs to be made into at least 3 cmdlets (and possibly more; we have added ideas for additional cmdlets below). The first 3 cmdlets that need to be made into are:

  • Export-SqlDatabase

  • Import-SqlDatabase

  • Compare-SqlDatabase

This seems reasonable and would help maintain databases.

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