Overview: U-SQL Database Projects

Zach Stagers gives us an overview of the new U-SQL Database Project structure:

Source Control

The projects integrates much more nicely with TFS than the older “U-SQL Project” does.

It actually gives you the icons (padlock, check mark, etc..) in the solution explorer, so it actually looks like it’s under source control!

Something that I’d really hoped had been fixed, but hasn’t, is when copying and renaming an existing item, it doesn’t recognize the rename. You have to undo the checkout of the non-existent object (the copy, before being renamed):

Read on for more improvements.

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