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@"Jessica R" Thanks for your reply. After I saw this I realized that although I upgraded from DLM Automation to SQL Change Automation on our build server, our PowerShell script was still ru… (View Post)1 ·
I believe I sorted this out. The solution (obvious now) is to do the schema validation in a database instance that includes the external dependencies. (View Post)1 ·
This turned out to be a configuration error in my CI step. IgnoreUsersPermissionsAndRoleMemberships is the default. After changing this all is well. (View Post)2 ·
Thanks Alex! I should have figured that out. Installing the tSQLt objects in the Dev database and committing them to source control did the trick. (View Post)1 ·