BISM Normalizer: Version 3.2 Released!

Download it from the Visual Studio Gallery.

Enhancements in Version 3.2

Support for SQL Server Analysis Services 2016 General Availability (GA)


Command-line interface supports Visual Studio projects as source/target

Despite Visual Studio not being loaded (or required) in command-line mode, projects can now act as the source/target for comparisons (in addition to databases).

This is useful for automated builds, which get the latest version of files from source control.

The project path is stored in the BSMN file. It can be changed by editing the file.

<ComparisonInfo xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">
  <ConnectionInfoSource>
    <UseProject>true</UseProject>
    <ServerName>localhost</ServerName>
    <DatabaseName>Tabular1200_wade_21527ea8-74fd-4bb6-b2e2-3d1cd3f70063</DatabaseName>
    <ProjectName>Tabular1200</ProjectName>
    <ProjectFile>C:\Users\wade\Documents\Visual Studio 2015\Projects\TabularProject1\TabularProject1.smproj</ProjectFile>
  </ConnectionInfoSource>
  ...

Support for Visual Studio configuration manager

Default values for the target server and database are based on the selected source project’s deployment properties, and the current Visual Studio configuration. Selecting a different source project (or re-selecting the current one) resets the defaults.

VSConfigurations

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