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Posted Friday, August 2, 2013 7:10 AM


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Thanks Lowell, I'm going to give LINQPad a try.
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Sean - If you're willing to share and would d like another beta tester, please add my name to the list. I'd love you see what you've come up with.

I also keep my scripts on my hard drive and also write SQL templates for use in SSMS for some things when I have the time. I know keeping things on a local hard drive is not good disaster planning, but I back it up...occasionally...okay, very occasionally. I've been thinking of writing a client to manage all this, but simply haven't gotten to it yet.



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