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SSDT 2017: Build and Deploy SQL Server Content with Visual Studio Data Tools


How to Download and Install SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) for Visual Studio 2017




If you are a database developer or administrator, you may want to use SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) for Visual Studio 2017. SSDT is a modern development tool for building SQL Server relational databases, Azure SQL databases, Analysis Services data models, Integration Services packages, and Reporting Services reports. In this article, you will learn what SSDT is, why you should use it, how to install it with Visual Studio 2017, and how to use it for database projects.




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What is SSDT and why use it?




SSDT is a toolset for database development




SSDT transforms database development by introducing a declarative model that spans all the phases of database development inside Visual Studio. You can use SSDT Transact-SQL design capabilities to build, debug, maintain, and refactor databases. You can work with a database project, or directly with a connected database instance on or off-premise. Developers can use familiar Visual Studio tools for database development, such as code navigation, IntelliSense, language support, platform-specific validation, debugging, and declarative editing.


SSDT benefits include declarative model, refactoring, schema and data compare, and CI/CD integration




Some of the benefits of using SSDT are:


  • You can focus on the desired final state of your database objects without worrying about how to get there. SSDT generates the necessary scripts for you.



  • You can easily rename or change your database objects without breaking dependencies. SSDT supports refactoring operations such as rename, move schema, encapsulate field, expand wildcards, and more.



  • You can compare and synchronize the schema and data of your source and target databases. SSDT provides schema compare and data compare tools that allow you to detect differences and update the target accordingly.



  • You can integrate your database development with your application development lifecycle. SSDT supports continuous integration and continuous deployment scenarios using Visual Studio Team Services or Team Foundation Server.



How to install SSDT with Visual Studio 2017




Install SSDT core functionality from Visual Studio Installer




The core SSDT functionality to create database projects has been integrated into the Visual Studio 2017 installation. There is no need to install the SSDT standalone installer for this feature. To install SSDT during Visual Studio installation, select the Data storage and processing workload, and then select SQL Server Data Tools. If Visual Studio 2017 is already installed, you can use the Visual Studio Installer to modify the installed workloads to include SSDT.


Install Analysis Services, Integration Services, and Reporting Services tools from SSDT standalone installer




To create Analysis Services models, Integration Services packages, or Reporting Services reports, you need to install the respective tools from the SSDT standalone installer. The installer lists available Visual Studio instances to add SSDT tools. If Visual Studio 2017 is not installed, selecting Install a new SQL Server Data Tools instance installs SSDT with a minimal version of Visual Studio.


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How to use SSDT for database projects




Create or import a database project in Visual Studio




To start using SSDT for database development, you need to create or import a database project in Visual Studio. A database project contains the definition of your database objects, such as tables, views, stored procedures, and functions. You can create a new database project from scratch, or import an existing database from SQL Server or Azure SQL Database. To create or import a database project, follow these steps:


  • In Visual Studio, click File > New > Project.



  • In the New Project dialog box, select SQL Server > SQL Server Database Project.



  • Enter a name and location for your project, and click OK.



  • If you want to import an existing database, right-click on your project in Solution Explorer, and select Import > Database.



  • In the Import Database dialog box, specify the connection details and settings for your source database, and click Start.



  • Wait for the import process to complete, and review the results in the Import Database Schema window.



Edit and debug database objects using IntelliSense and Table Designer




Once you have a database project, you can edit and debug your database objects using the Visual Studio tools. You can use IntelliSense to get code completion, syntax highlighting, and error detection. You can also use Table Designer to create and modify tables in a graphical way. To edit and debug database objects, follow these steps:


  • In Solution Explorer, double-click on the database object you want to edit, such as a table or a stored procedure.



  • In the code editor or the Table Designer window, make the changes you want to your object definition.



  • To debug your code, set a breakpoint by clicking on the left margin of the code editor.



  • Right-click on your project in Solution Explorer, and select Publish.



  • In the Publish Database dialog box, specify the connection details and settings for your target database, and click Publish.



  • In Visual Studio, click Debug > Start Debugging.



  • Use the debugging tools to step through your code, inspect variables, and evaluate expressions.



Publish or deploy database changes to target platforms




The final step of using SSDT for database development is to publish or deploy your database changes to your target platforms. You can use SSDT to deploy your database project to SQL Server or Azure SQL Database. You can also generate a deployment script or a Data-Tier Application (DAC) package that contains your database schema and optionally data. To publish or deploy database changes, follow these steps:


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  • Right-click on your project in Solution Explorer, and select Publish.



  • In the Publish Database dialog box, specify the connection details and settings for your target database. You can also load or save a publish profile that contains these settings.



  • If you want to generate a deployment script or a DAC package, check the Generate Script or Create a DACPAC options.



  • Click Publish to start the deployment process.



  • Wait for the deployment process to complete, and review the results in the Data Tools Operations window.



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