An error was received from SQL Server while attempting to reverse engineer elements of type Microsoft.Data.Schema.Sql.SchemaModel.ISql100DatabaseEncryptionKey

Re my previous post on how not to be a sysadmin when comparing databases my joy has quickly been struck down by the above message!

Read more about Microsoft not acknowledging this to be a problem here Schema Compare permission error for Database Encryption Keys even though the type is set to be ignored

Blast! I can compare the schemas but not generate any script – even though cryptographic keys have nothing to do with it – because of this:

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I’ve had success with the data compares, however, so a little progess was made after all.

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