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SQL Server Management Studio

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Amit Lohia
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The images to illustrate Query tabs and tab groups dont seem very clear, is there something missing from the left hand side of the first two images?



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Could you please cover the aspect of integrated source control in a future article?

Thanks

See:http://www.sqlservercentral.com/forums/shwmessage.aspx?forumid=149&messageid=197882





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I agree, more on source control integration, thanks.

We use Speed SQL IDE Pro from Imceda, which I think is the best database tool for integrating source control. Does anybody know if SQL Server Management Studio will be able to match Speed SQL IDE Pro? Both on source control and in general.





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On Source Control:

I have found using a db project in vstudio.net a workable SQL code source control solution. This is an ideal situation when you have non sql source and sql source, as everything is organized together. Even when you have SQL only source, creating just a db project only for SQL source may seem a bit clunky. But the benefits vastly outweigh the drawbacks.


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Yes, I have heard about these strange objects called "db project".....

Any chance of usefull links with more information?]

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Give some of these a try:

http://www.awprofessional.com/articles/article.asp?p=31764&rl=1

http://blogs.msdn.com/vsdata/archive/2005/03/08/389860.aspx

http://www.devx.com/assets/download/5865.pdf


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Just a disappointed comment, was upset to hear the AutoComplete feature would not be availiable. Had looked forward to that feature.

Also, on a positive, was great to see that you could finally include column headings from the Grid when saving or doing a cut-n-paste.


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Hi, just wanted you to know that I thought this article was ahead of its time.




All the best,

Dale

Author: An Introduction to SQL Server 2005 Management Studio
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Uhh....did I travel back in time or something? I have been using Management studio for over a year....

Why was this article sent out as part of the daily update?
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