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Exporting XML Comments to Your Application
Recently I blogged about adding SQL Doc Documentation to you Application. This makes it easy to keep your documentation visible and more likely current. I wanted to do the same thing with my code documentation. I wanted to leverage the work taken to add XML comments and add even more visibility. There are already tools readily available to convert these XML comments to MSDN looking documentation or help files, and these comments get incorporated into intellisense as you are writing code. I did not ......

Posted On Friday, March 1, 2013 12:07 PM

Adding SQL Doc Documentation to your Project
In a recent blog post, we talked about using SQL Doc to stream line documenting your database. This tool makes it a lot easier to put the documentation close to the source so that it is more likely to stay current. Another problem with documentation like this though is its visibility. If you squirrel it away on a file server somewhere, it is easily forgotten. Again the key is to keep it closer to the source or at least where it will be the most relevant. So I decided to add the outputted documentation ......

Posted On Thursday, February 28, 2013 11:22 AM

Do You Use SQL Doc from Red Gate?
Do you have a database? Then you should be using SQL Doc! SQL Doc scans the data dictionary and associated metadata to produce the documentation for your database. You can output this documentation in several different formats depending on your needs: You can also explicitly pick and chose which components to include and save these selections in a project file to make it easy to refresh the documentation: Now for the kicker, you can easily ......

Posted On Friday, February 15, 2013 3:28 PM

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