To deploy a dacpac against a target database, MSDeploy can be used. In powershell, following command allows to deploy a dacpac.
Invoke-Expression "& 'WebDeployFolderPath\msdeploy.exe' --% -verb:sync -source:dbDacFx=`'SourceDACPAC`' -dest:dbDacFx=`'DestinationDBConnection`',commandTimeout=100" -Verbose -ErrorAction "Stop"
.\DeployDacpacMSDeploy.ps1 -WebDeployFolder "C:\Program Files (x86)\IIS\Microsoft Web Deploy V3" -SourceDACPAC "C:\temp\MyDb.dacpac" -DestinationDBConnection "Server=tcp:qa-db.database.windows.net,1433;Database=mydb;User ID=dbadmin@qa-db;Password=pwd;Encrypt=True;TrustServerCertificate=False;Connection Timeout=30" -CommandTimeout 100
A poweshell script can be developed, to use in a Release Management tool.
Using this poweshell script a tool in RM can be created as shown below.
Using the tool, create an action component.
This component can be used in a release template.
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