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    Jon Kennerly commented  · 

    My first at setting up tenant deployment of "clients", and the first thing I notice is that the template order is not adjustable. The only options is that you have to start over and make sure you put them in the order you need the first time.

    In our case:

    A client has a full address (address1, address2, zip, state). There are other attributes.

    At some point we might add in a Phone number attribute. It would make sense in a visual form flow for the phone number to be near the Address fields. This is good for the dev-ops guys or whoever is inputting in such values.

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    Jon Kennerly commented  · 

    Yes. Please support dacpac based deployments. Declarative (model) based database management for our company is a much better system, as it frees the cycle up from various governance issues involved with SQL Change Script methods. We will never go back to change scripts.

    We do like Octopus Deploy, but would rather see dacpac support as a first class feature--that rather than a manual PowerShell dacpac call.

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