Thanks, @George. I’m somewhat familiar with the rebuild process and have tested it via clicking the Save Database Data and Structure button and then shutting down and rebuilding. Works great!
What I was asking above was more in regards to development vs production.
Let’s say my project has a target called Local Docker (which is, of course, using a local connection).
The same project has another target called Remote Docker (which is using a remote connection). This is the target that deploys a Docker container to a Digital Ocean Droplet.
When I, for example, make changes to the database structure of the Local Docker database, what happens when I then switch to the Remote Docker target and deploy to Digital Ocean? Are the structural changes I made to the Local Docker database then published to the Remote Docker database on Digital Ocean?
And, if so, is it just the structural changes that are published to the Remote Docker database on Digital Ocean…or is the data itself in the Remote Docker database overwritten with the data from the Local Docker database?