Thank you for filing this feedback item. We will evaluate this for the next major release of SQL Server.
Upvotes: 3<=-=Dec 28 2016 7:28PM=-=>
Thank you for submitting this feedback. We have reproduced the behavior for certificate objects that you’ve described and are now investigating the appropriate resolution. We will update this Connect item as additional information is available.
Thanks again!<=-=Feb 21 2017 12:04PM=-=>
SQL Server tools team
I have this issue as well. It makes creating a homogenous test environment amongst our development team more difficult.<=-=Feb 21 2017 12:09PM=-=>
An error occurred while saving the commentUwe Ricken commented
Same problem here! It is a shame that it takes more than 4 years without any fixing!
Upvotes: 29<=-=Jul 27 2016 5:17PM=-=>
This feature vastly simplifies development of certain types of applications. Would be interesting at least know if microsoft has some intention to implement it.<=-=Jul 27 2016 5:19PM=-=>
A fully compliant implementation to ansi sql 2011 would nice too.<=-=Jul 28 2016 1:01AM=-=>
I would also like to see bitemporal support added, it would be most useful!<=-=Mar 7 2017 11:54AM=-=>
This feature would really help people trying to migrate their DBs from DB2 or Oracle to SQL Server that much easier.