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    Upvotes: 17

    <=-=Apr 17 2017 7:36AM=-=>

    We need a native JSON data type, like Postgres has. The JSON functions are nice, but it feels very 1.0 and you won’t see widespread adoption of this until we get a native data type. This is especially important in a world where NoSQL and JSON have so much traction.

    <=-=Jun 9 2017 4:19AM=-=>

    Thanks for your suggestions. We understand importance of this requirement, and it is in our backlog. Currently we cannot confirm when we will start working on these improvements.

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    Thank you for taking the time to vote for this item.

    This is something we are actively working on improving but will be a ongoing effort.

    Please let us know of specific errors that you may run into as well as we would like to address them.

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    You can make it optional to provide a value for a param, by using a defaultValue and in some cases, just make the value “empty”. For example:

    “defaultValue”: ""

    If you have scenarios where this isn’t working for you feel free to email…

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    Yes, things like

    "tagValues": {
    "type": "object",
    "defaultValue": {
    "environment": "DEV",
    "maintenanceTeam": "CoreTeam",
    "billTo": "***-YYY-350",
    "managedBy": "CoreTeam@***.se",
    "deployedBy": "Blueprint"
    }

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    Upvotes: 23

    <=-=Aug 1 2017 1:08PM=-=>

    Would be great to get this added.

    <=-=Nov 6 2017 1:42AM=-=>

    This is supported for “non build” scripts, not sure the use case for having for “build” files

    <=-=Nov 7 2017 7:49PM=-=>

    The scenario for supporting the CREATE OR ALTER in a build .sql for a stored procedure, is as follows:

    Since the [Test, modify, fail, modify Stored Proc, modify Test -> pass] cycle is very labour intensive currently in the VS DB project with the DB SQL Test feature, I have been experimenting with how to make writing the SQL for the test in a quicker manner.

    I have written a SQL file that has [Arrange, Act, Assert] set of SQL statements, and after finished developing the final SQL ‘Assert’ statements they are then added to the DB Test file type’s formal Assertions.

    The fact that running the Build of a DB and…

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    Upvotes: 249

    <=-=Oct 4 2016 2:15PM=-=>

    This is similar to my feedback located here: https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/2769130/sql-2016-temporal-tables-with-triggers. The solution I suggest is similar to this, and could be used in many different cases developing using SQL server.

    <=-=Jan 10 2017 9:43AM=-=>

    I would love this too. The issue is that many/most applications don’t use Windows Auth in the connection to SQL Server (connection pooling issues, etc), so SQL can’t get the User information

    <=-=Jan 10 2017 9:51AM=-=>

    @Sanford

    Just to clarify, I am not asking for an “automatically store user name” feature. I’m asking for “automatically store whatever I want, based on whatever expression I provide.” So the fact that the user name may or may not be available is not really relevant.

    That said, there are plenty of workarounds for various situations. I imagine that if you’re using a shared connection, you can get some notion of “user” some other…

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