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Refactoring

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Nice question, thanks.
I voted for the connect issue.


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Thanks for the question, I had no idea about it though

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very tough question
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Lots of really good questions in QoTD lately. Including this one. Thanks.
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Steve,
Are these options the same in all three versions of Visual Studio that had a Database edition?

I obviously got it right, but just curious why you did not specify.w00t
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http://johannesbrodwall.com/2010/10/13/database-refactoring-replace-table-with-view/#

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danschl (2/24/2011)
http://johannesbrodwall.com/2010/10/13/database-refactoring-replace-table-with-view/#

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Nice article but I did not read anything in it about the options in the Visual Studio Database/Refactor menu when you have a database project open.
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Interesting question.

Unhelpful explanation with no reference to documentation. I was unable to find anything useful except http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ronang/archive/2007/08/13/db-pro-power-tools-including-t-sql-analysis-dependency-viewing-and-more-refactoring-options.aspx]this (and a repost of it elswhere in the msdn website) and the earlier blog entry that it references.

I'm not at all clear what the connect entry means - the originator hasn't responded to the question raised in the MS response so it isn't clear what he was suggesting; nor is it at all clear to me whether the suggestion is to replace the table in just the single selected FROM clause (in which case I don't think it's worth cluttering the GUI with it) or in some wider scope (which might make it useful) which isn't defined in the proposal. So I won't be voting for it, because I have no real idea what is being asked for. Nor will I vbote against it (for the same reason).

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Interesting question, thanks! On the connect item it is listed as closed with "a custom resolution." So I am not sure voting for it is very valuable at this point.
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