Stored procedures embedded in the schema
I installed DLM Dashboard because I would like to know when a schema changes. As we are moving from development to production I am seeing drift on production dbs. As it turns out, the developers tell me that "most of the programing is done from within the database using stored procedures" - so .. should I turn the tool off or just acknowledge there has been a change? Are there any ramifications using this tool in this situation? Is DLM going to prevent the code from running? These guys have a copy of SQL tools .. not sure what .. if anything .. they are using for source control. Best Practices?
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