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Nice one ....


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Yea not bad presentation from Brian ...

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How did you get that box to pop up with the table names when you were writing the query to select *? Is that builtin to SQL 2008?
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Intellisense is built into SSMS 2008, but only when connected to 2008 instances.






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Is there anyway to get intellisense on SSMS 2005?
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Is there anyway to get intellisense on SSMS 2005?


Yes, you have the SQL Assistant version 4.1! You can see more information and dowload for trial

More info:
http://www.softtreetech.com/isql.htm





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Very good for beginner users. This was helpful to me. Thank you
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