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I really like the latest formatting flavours. Aligning the equivalency symbols in joins is nice, but could I also align the ON keyword? Or pick which one I want to align on.
FROM table1 a
JOIN Table2 b__ON a.foo = b.foo
JOIN Tab3 c___ ON b.fa__= c.fa20 votes
We use a lot of dynamic SQL. I'd like to be able to format dynamic SQL that is in a string, eg. and NVARCHAR. e.g.
Input: DECLARE @sql NVARCHAR = '
SELECT foo from bar where foobar = ''foobarred''
I'd like to be able to highlight the text inside the NVARCHAR for formatting. SQL Prompt would need to handle doubled quotation marks as in my example above.16 votes
Visual Studio Code has the ability to connect to SQL servers and execute scripts. It would be nice if SQL Prompt was available for Code as well.73 votes
Option to sync/store tab history in the cloud, network share, or online share (aka One drive, Google drive, dropbox, etc.) That way you don't loose your history when you upgrade or change your computer and have to start all over again. It would also be nice to be able to sync between multiple computers.34 votes
Provide an option in Styles to let the right hand side of clauses in UPDATE statement be aligned.
Results Grid aggregates
SUM, AVG, MIN, MAX and COUNT aggregates are shown
for selected range of cells in Results Grid open a new window with this reslults19 votes
When I use the OPENQUERY syntax to retrieve data across servers, SQL Prompt does not discover the metadata (column names, data types, etc.) of the fields returned.
My suggestion is that you add support within SQL Prompt to make metadata for fields retrieved by OPENQUERY available just like you do for linked servers.6 votes
I don't want to use brackets for my code (unless I have to). So, for example, dbo.Orders is fine, but dbo.Order isn't. It would be nice if SQL prompt caught this and automatically enclosed the SQL Keyword "Order" in square brackets (i.e. dbo.[Order] AS o)47 votes
Visual Studio supports a Dark theme however Prompt doesn't match and still displays the standard white for suggestions.19 votes
I would be nice to have the option to enable word wrap for the comments as well.
The number of maximum characters for the comment should be aligned with "Wrap lines longer than" for SQL statements.19 votes
Bookmarks is a feature of SSMS. But all my bookmarks are destroyed once the code is formatted. So, as SSMS' feature is not so good as I want I do suggest to implement this feature by RedGate.3 votes
Hi - export to excel is a great feature. if it could be extended in 2 ways it would be even better.
copy the sql used to produce the results (and date, server info) into a separate tab called 'sql' or something. this way data extracts will be 'auditable' and re-runnable.
have some export options (top row = bold, highlighted, freeze top row). column autowidths applied.
the second one can be done with a macro in the excel template but would be a nice to have.13 votes
It would be awesome if the Results tab could be right-clicked (when results are in a grid), and then have an option to export all tables to Excel, with each table being in a new tab. Currently I can only export one table of results at a time to Excel, and if I need to do multiple tables then multiple sheets are opened.23 votes
I think SSMSBoost has this feature: being able to add configurable guide lines to limit the query writing space to a specified number of characters/columns. This is very handy as I always want to keep my code narrow, within the 80-char limit. Currently, I have to install SSMSBoost for it... Could this please be added to SQL Prompt? This is probably a quick feature to implement and would be tremendously useful. Thanks.2 votes
If I have more open tabs than can horizontally fit the window SSMS does not show all of them but instead there is a dropdown in the right upper corner. I would prefer if I could have multiple rows of tabs instead, like in VS. Since it does not seem likely that MS is going to implement that soon, can it be done in SQL prompt?31 votes
When debugging an UPDATE statement, it would be handy if SQL Prompt could generate a test Select script that converts
SET SalesPeriod = dddddd,
SalesYear = yyyy,
CustomerCode = zzzzz
SELECT dddddd as SalesPeriod,
yyyy as SalesYear,
zzzzz as CustomerCode
Optionally, could include all columns involved in joins or WHERE clauses11 votes
Shift-F5 is great but I think this change could make it better.
Before I discovered Shift-F5 and when I had multiple sql statements in my window, I would select the block of sql I wanted and hit F5 to just execute that code block. Then I discovered Shift-F5 and I no longer had to select my sql block it was done for me - but what it doesn't do is actually select the code block, instead it just highlights it in green and executes it. So if you just do an F5 (out of habit) after a Shift-F5 it won't execute the green code block it will run everything in the code window (which sometimes is dangerous and not usually what you meant to do). My suggestion is instead of highlighting in green can you just actually select the block of code - that way if we (out of habit) hit F5 the second time the same code block is executed again? Thanks.
Shift-F5 is great but I think this change could make it better.
Before I discovered Shift-F5 and when I had multiple sql statements in my window, I would select the block of sql I wanted and hit F5 to just execute that code block. Then I discovered Shift-F5 and I no longer had to select my sql block it was done for me - but what it doesn't do is actually select the code block, instead it just highlights it in green and executes it. So if you just do an F5 (out of habit) after a Shift-F5 it won't…9 votes
In SSMS 2016 you can now Pin tabs. When you close and re-open SSMS, it would be good if Tab History could remember, and restore, the pin status for each of the tabs as they are being restored.36 votes
It would be nice to have some capabilities that exist in Excel 2013. Specifically the feature when you can highlight a column and then at the bottom of the application it gives you some quick statistics for the column. So if I had a column of numbers, and I highlighted the column in the results pane it would give me the Average of the numbers in that column and the sum of the numbers in the column. If the column was text you could see the count of distinct values in that column. This just gives quick access to statistical information without having to write a specific query to get those statistics or exporting the results to Excel and getting the statistics that way.
It would be nice to have some capabilities that exist in Excel 2013. Specifically the feature when you can highlight a column and then at the bottom of the application it gives you some quick statistics for the column. So if I had a column of numbers, and I highlighted the column in the results pane it would give me the Average of the numbers in that column and the sum of the numbers in the column. If the column was text you could see the count of distinct values in that column. This just gives quick access to statistical…32 votes
When working all day long with serveral SQL servers, its really annoying to click on "change connection" button + enter the server name you want to connect to, and enter credential.... It would be really great we we would have a "server connection list" where we could build into settings.... So i could add all my server i'm use to connect everyday, and specifying the USERNAME + PASSWORD + Default DB..... So in one-two click, i could switch to another server really quicly27 votes
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