SQL Schema Source Control is, at it's core, just another database scripting app. Where this app differs from others is that the sole purpose of scripting out the database is to check it in to source control (sorry, it still only supports SVN).
I think this may have once gone under the name "SQL2SVN," but was rebranded before being checked in to Codeplex for the first time. This is a re-write of most of the application to be more modular and extensible in the future. Additional features found in this release are:
Reporting Services Source Control is an application to create copies of all the reports stored in your Report Manager and commit them to source control (SVN is the only supported source control in the 1.0 release). The need for this arises for two reasons:
- First, we empower our users to create reports using Report Builder and those reports usually only exist the ReportServer database.
- Second, Report Builder has matured so well that it is no longer very beneficial to create a Report Server project using Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS).
So now we have intellectual property generated by both end users and developers sitting in Report Manager with no version control whatsoever. Reporting Services Source Control addresses this by scripting out reports, subscriptions, and other properties and committing them to source control.