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What does "Script all objects" do?

In the Deploy and Execute Steps window, there is a checkbox called Script All Objects.

For debug purposes, you can check this checkbox to make all parts of the SQL script, which was created during deployment, available in the log. You can view the log by clicking on the View Log button.

The checkbox is needed because TX uses Shared Management Objects (SMO) to create tables instead of just executing CREATE TABLE statements against SQL Server. The drawback is that all the statements that were executed through SMO is not in the log.


This article applies to: tX2012, TX2014. Last updated: 2014-04-22.

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    Haritha Cherukuri

    What is the difference between SQL Snippet and SQL snipper in TX?

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    Thomas Lørup Duun

    Hi Haritha,

    I am not sure what you mean by SQL Snipper?

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