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sritchey Posted - Jan 02 2019 : 03:45:00 AM
Are there any best practices for automating SQLSpec, specifically with Jenkins? I am currently evaluating the software for my company and we would like to include a full SQLspec report as part of our versioning process. Cheers!
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Jesse Posted - Mar 24 2019 : 8:21:56 PM
It is a command line app so you can automate it. The GUI launches only if you run SqlSpec.exe with no args.

The help file contains a list of CLI args it takes:

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