Configuring Database Projects and Performing a Test Deployment
Before you start to perform iterative development tasks, you should configure your database project to match your target deployment environment. After you configure the database project, you can build and deploy the database to your isolated development environment to verify that the build and deployment settings are correct.
In the following table, you can find descriptions of common tasks that support this scenario and links to more information about how you can successfully complete those tasks.
Learn by doing: If you complete the introductory walkthroughs, you can quickly learn about the whole process, from creating an isolated development environment through establishing a baseline and performing iterative development.
Configure your database project for build: You can configure settings that control how your database project is built. For example, you can specify the location of the output of your build.
Configure your database project for deployment:
Build and deploy your changes to your isolated development environment: After you have modified the database or server project, you build and deploy the changes to your isolated development environment. You can then test those changes without affecting other members of your team.