Re: [php-49] good work flow for tracking db changes

From: David M.
Sent on: Thursday, April 4, 2013 1:07 PM

We do what you are thinking.  At this point, schema changes aren't very "big" for us, thus, not a big deal.

We use a separate folder for any *data* changes.  That is, schema and data changes are in separate folders.

David Malouf

On Apr 4,[masked]:39 PM, "Mark Steudel" <[address removed]> wrote:
We've added another developer to a project and now I need an easy way
to keep db changes in sync with him. Any suggestions? My first thought
was to subversion a file and just add new changes to the top and check
each change in.

MS

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