|Team Foundation Server Check-in Policies|
SQL Enlight provides a Static Code Analysis Check-in policy, which can be used to control and improve the quality of SQL code that is checked into the code base.
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Team Foundation Server check-in policis are evaluated client-side and have to be installed separatelly on each developers' machine.
On the other hand, the configuration of a TFS checkin-policy can be configured only once as it is stored on the TFS server with the project's configuration.
The Static Code Analysis Check-in policy is installed and registered in Visual Studio during a tipical SQL Enlight installation, but can be removed from the installation using the Custom setup option.
To configure the SQL Enlight policy, do the following:
Select rules which to be used by the policy. Optionally rule parameters can be show and configured by using the Show Details button.
Later the selected rules can be modified by using the Edit button of the Source Control Settings dialog.
The policy is now configured.
The configured policy will be activated when any .sql files are being checked-in.
When the policy is activated, a progress window showing the status of the analysis will appear.
If any policy violations are found, they will appear in the Policy Warnings tab.
Double clicking a warning will open the file at the line of the rule violation.