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  2. 69 votes

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    SQL Prompt for Azure Data Studio is now in public preview!

    The aim of this public preview is to learn from the ADS community about how SQL Prompt can enhance your developer experience, adding improvements and new features based on your feedback.

    With SQL Prompt, you can use an extensive collection of code snippets to write your SQL code quickly and efficiently. You can also keep your code consistent using the powerful formatting capability, with the ability to customise the applied style to suit your preferences.

    We’d love to hear your feedback. You can get in touch with the team either via the new SQL Prompt in ADS forum: https://forum.red-gate.com/categories/sql-prompt-in-ads or email us at sqlprompt.in.ads@red-gate.com.

    Get started with SQL Prompt for Azure Data Studio now. Download it here: https://download.red-gate.com/EAP/SQLPromptADS.zip

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    2 comments  ·  SQL Prompt » User interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Darek commented  · 

    This is something I've always struggled with. Many a time I write many quick, small sql queries, especially when testing, and sometimes the queries are broken for many reasons. I don't understand why one broken query should prevent running another one that is perfectly valid... Maybe there is a reason but would it not be possible to actually relax this condition to let me run the valid query? This would be so helpful.

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  7. 30 votes

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  10. 39 votes

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  11. 7 votes

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    3 comments  ·  SQL Prompt » Format SQL  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Of course, the code has not been formatted the way I wanted. There should be 4 spaces before the @param's in the examples.

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  14. 11 votes

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    Darek commented  · 

    Such a feature has been on my mind for a long time. It would make a lot of development effort so much more bearable with respect to dynamic SQL. Turning code into DSQL manually is very often not fun at all (not to mention tedious and error-prone), especially dealing with quotation marks is a pain. I try to use the CHAR function as much as possible if I have to embed single quotation marks into the string and would expect to see any good solution around DSQL to do the same. Looking at monstrosities like ''''''a'''''' is not fun. Could Red Gate, please, have a look at this?

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    Great suggestion! All for it!

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    I'd like to add to it. In Visual Studio there is a way to actually select a block code based on its semantics. What's more, one can repeatedly press the same key (can't remember which one at the moment) and the selection will expand appropriately highlighting only the semantically valid piece of code. This, in fact, is an awesome feature as it enables you to not only select a valid chunk of code but also makes it easy to see where the pieces start and end. For SQL that would be a killer feature based on the fact that query tuning very often consists of copying part of code and making multiple copies of it with slight variations to compare one to the other.

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    Thank you for your suggestion.

    We’ve reviewed this as part of our UserVoice triage.

    Due to a lack of recent interest in this request, we are no longer actively reviewing it and have removed it’s “Under Review” status.

    If you feel strongly about having this feature added to Prompt, please continue to vote for and comment on this request.

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