Add support for indexes with included columns #336

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IlyaGrebnov opened this Issue Nov 12, 2012 · 7 comments

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@IlyaGrebnov

SQL Example:

CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX
IX_Address_PostalCode
ON
Person.Address (PostalCode)
INCLUDE
(
AddressLine1,
AddressLine2,
City,
StateProvinceID
);

@zidad
zidad commented Nov 22, 2012

Yes please!

@tommarien
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Now if we just could find a guy who created a pull for this :P

@zidad
zidad commented Nov 22, 2012

Ok I tried, there's something strange going on with two files, that always show up has having local changes, despite not having changed anything, and I can't stash them either, anyone else seeing this problem?

modified: src/FluentMigrator.Runner/Processors/DotConnectOracle/DotConnectOracleProcessor.cs
modified: src/FluentMigrator.Runner/Processors/DotConnectOracle/DotConnectOracleProcessorFactory.cs

@zidad
zidad commented Nov 22, 2012

@tommarien Here you go:
#339

I had to commit the changes in DotConnectOracleProcessor*.cs as well, or I couldn't rebase my local repository anymore for some reason.

@tommarien
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@zidad thanks for this pull request, as for the dotconnectoracleprocessor etc i have no clue what might be the issue, maybe some spacing changes or something ?

@tommarien
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@zidad Do you mind reworking this abit to a sql server specific extensions method ?

@zidad
zidad commented Nov 26, 2012

@tommarien I'm not sure when I can find the time for it now though, and I didn't realise there were DB specific extensions, what's a good place to start?

@daniellee daniellee closed this May 17, 2013
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