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  1. My Name is Waleed Abrar and my license number is. I am actively looking of Static TSQL Analysis and I was really happy with the SQL Prompt. I have done some analysis and implemented some test cases. It works really good working live and parallel to development . I want to ask if it’s possible to do an offline analysis and get a HTML or Excel report for a particular database about the TSQL code Quality inside the DB. For Example I can select the Database ‘XYZ’ and then click Analyze static code. It will give me a report back…

    2 votes

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  2. Simple statements do not flag this:

    WITH CTE1 AS (SELECT TestColumn FROM dbo.TestTable)
    SELECT a.TestColumn FROM CTE1 a
    INNER JOIN CTE1 b ON a.TestColumn = b.TestColumn;

    However, more complex statements do:

    WITH CTE1 AS (SELECT TestColumn FROM dbo.TestTable),
    CTE2 AS (SELECT TestColumn FROM CTE1),
    CTE3 AS (SELECT TestColumn FROM CTE2)
    SELECT CTE3.TestColumn FROM CTE3
    INNER JOIN CTE2 ON CTE3.TestColumn = CTE2.TestColumn;

    In the final select clause, both CTE2 and CTE3 are flagged with 'Use alias for all table sources' (ST010).

    Seems a bit OTT to suggest references to CTEs are aliased? I accept that a CTE defines, in relational terms,…

    4 votes

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  3. Stop raising EI028 when adding columns using style:

    ALTER TABLE dbo.MyTable
    ADD TestColumnB CHAR(1) NOT NULL,
    CONSTRAINT DFMyTableTestColumnB DEFAULT ('B')
    FOR TestColumnB;

    2 votes

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  4. SQL Prompt provides the ability to improve your on-the-fly coding according to standards and best practices defined locally or within the organisation.

    How about the ability to analyse an existing database and isolate problematic areas, code smells and provide not only recommendations but also the ability to refactor the database code based on rule-sets?

    This would be really great and a time-saver to improve the code quality in the whole database.

    Thanks, Jochen Kirstätter, MVP

    8 votes

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  5. After spending some time refreshing my memory on implicit conversions, and the potentially disasterous affects on performance, the thought hit me...

    Wouldn't it be great if SQL Prompt could hightlight potential implicit conversions when I write JOINS or WHERE statements?

    I'm not sure how easy this would be to implement but I know everyone at Red Gate is very intelligent and highly creative so you'll find a way. :-)

    60 votes

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