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Have auto alias base its output on the alias name instead of the name of the table it is pointing to.
Example: Alias "Transaction" pointing to "TransactionTableWithComplexName" should be "t" and not "ttwcn".1 vote
New Parentheses Style - #6 but ends like #1
Numbering starting at the top left as #1 and continuing to the right one as #5. With the next line starting as #6 and finishing on the right of line 2 as #9.
In the global parentheses settings, Lets make a #10 option which works like #6 in all ways except the closing parentheses is aligned with the beginning parentheses like it does on #1. Actually looking at the graphic that shows on #1, this looks like what I want, the trailing parentheses is below the first one, but #1 has…1 vote
We use a data warehousing strategy that creates potentially dozens of tables for multi-class entities in the data warehouse, so we have many tables that end in "core". This leads SQL Prompt to alias the object with a final "C" that we then remove manually. For example, our InstanceCore and Database_Core tables are aliased to "IC" and "DC" when we would prefer "I" and "D" respectively.
Can SQL Prompt's Aliasing capabilities be extended to support "Suffixes to ignore" just like the existing "Prefixes to ignore"?1 vote
I'd like a NuGet lib to be able to apply SQL Prompt styles to a folder of .sql files or a StreamReader string. I have a console app I'm using to produce a lot of Sql Files and I'd like to create a "everything on one-line" style that I use internally when processing things. There could be tons of other uses as well.1 vote
In SQL Prompt, Formatting Styles, I would like to differentiate the “Short parentheses contents” behavior, so it didn’t impact the primary key when I add a Constraint Primary Key Clustered at Create Table time.
I like my PK fields to stand out, not hide in a block of text.
But I also like any other listing of a few fields to be kept on a single line, and not bloating the screen for no reason at all.
Currently, I can’t have both.
In short, I want
CREATE TABLE dbo.Orders
OrderDate DATETIME NOT NULL,
OrderID INT NOT NULL,
CustomerID INT…1 vote
The only edge Apex has over SQL Prompt formatting, at least for my use, is being able to organize long equations. If I am using a large number of columns for an equation, I'd like to place each new column on a new line.1 vote
open source sql prompt's formatting module.1 vote
When writing SQL I don't think procedurally, which means I don't think about nested, indented "blocks" unless I'm actually using some procedural style SQL extensions like try/catch, if, case (which is a little procedural expression inside a set based statement), and so on.
Because of this, I like to align various different "types of things" in a statement to create vertical rivers.
So, for example, insert, update, select, from, join, where, group by, having, and order by are all aligned on the left. You might think of this as "column 1 - sql keywords".
Then come column names, table names…1 vote
On SQL Prompt Aliases section I would like to have on custom aliases when I add a new a dropdown or a list view where I can pick object instead of me writing the object name. it would be even better if it has an option to show only object not already added with alias.1 vote
Semi-colons are automatically added at every END reserved key word. Make this optional.
This just look weird to everyone
END(;) <=== don't want it here... there's an ELSE continuation.
Arithmetical expressions and compound logical expressions all consist of operations and expressions with parentheses and orders of precedence. All of these should have the options for aligning operands, aligning parentheses, adding parentheses to make the default orders of precedence explicit. All expressions are subordinate to clauses so they should be indented under WHERE, ON, SELECT, WHEN.1 vote
When collapsing CASE expressions shorter then XXX, the END has no space if there is a preceding parenthesis.
Example1 = CASE t1.Col004 WHEN 1 THEN t1.Col006 END,
Example1 = CASE t1.Col004 WHEN 1 THEN TRY_CONVERT(int, t1.Col006)END,0 votes
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