Can I disable a Rebuild/Recovery script

sburrowssburrows Posts: 5 Bronze 1
edited February 19, 2018 11:01AM in SQL Compare
I have added a simple [varbinary] (max) NULL to many tables for this release, but instead of a simple ALTER script being generated, SQL Compare is doing a Rebuild/Recovery process than creates a new table, INSERT INTO, DROP, and a rename.

Is there any way to disable this (and it just create a simple ALTER as I expected) ?
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  • RichardLRichardL Posts: 418 Gold 4
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    Hi @sburrows

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