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does management studio has something like devenv /resetsettings??


does management studio has something like devenv /resetsettings??

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Hi,

Can anyone tell me if SQL Server Management Studio 2005 have anything similar to VS "devenv /resetsettings" cmd??

Because I want back the default alert box that tells you that it has passed the end of the document when doing a "Find" or "Find and Replace". I accidentally check on the checkbox and its gone forever =(

By any chance can i get that alert message back??

Thanks,
Jon
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jon (8/20/2008)
Hi,

Can anyone tell me if SQL Server Management Studio 2005 have anything similar to VS "devenv /resetsettings" cmd??

Because I want back the default alert box that tells you that it has passed the end of the document when doing a "Find" or "Find and Replace". I accidentally check on the checkbox and its gone forever =(

By any chance can i get that alert message back??

Thanks,
Jon


This looks like a bug in SSMS (bug raised to MS). Management Studio is based on Visual Studio, but Visual Studio has a setting to control the alert you mention (Options->Environment->Find and Replace->Display Informational Messages. This option is missing from SSMS Sad
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Hi Andras,

Thanks for e quick reply =)
Shall check MS site for bug patches then Wink

Cheers,
Jon
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jon (8/20/2008)
Hi Andras,

Thanks for e quick reply =)
Shall check MS site for bug patches then Wink

Cheers,
Jon


The bug is at https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=362597

Regards,
Andras



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Hi Andras,

Thanks for raising this issue to MS, and the link Smile

Cheers,
Jon
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There's a workaround for this issue.

1. Close all the SSMS enviorenments.
2. Open the registry editor and locate the key '\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Tools\Shell\Find'.
3. Change the value of 'HitReplaced' to '1'

It may not be the legitimate way but it worked for me..

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