DacFx Wrapper

Ed Elliott has a new Powershell module named DacFxed:

There is a solution? Well yes of course otherwise I wouldn’t have been writing this! DacFxed is a powershell module which:

  • 1. References the DacFx nuget package so updating to the latest version is simple
  • 2. Implements a hack (ooh) to allow contributors to be loaded from anywhere
  • 3. Is published to the powershell gallery so to use it you just do “Install-Module -Name DacFxed -Scope User -Force”
  • 4. Has a Publish-Database, New-PublishProfile and Get-DatabaseChanges CmdLets

Cool right, now a couple of things to mention. Firstly this is of course open source and available: https://github.com/GoEddie/DacFxed

This is a nice tool to deploy dacpac files using Powershell.  Check out the GitHub repo for more details.

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