IN SQL Server 2000, we didn’t have the fancy-schmancy Management Studio…we had Enterprise Manager and Query Analyzer, and we liked em, by gum. You know, give or take.
I am very fond of SSMS, but there’s one small thing I miss about QA and the olden days: You could open a query window without connecting to a database. I liked that, I miss that. Why, O mighty Microsoft, make that a requirement? If I’m developing something and want to look at an old version, or compare to a different query, why force me to make a connection for each and every little query window? Meh.
Happy days anyway,