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Francis Apel
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Lets face it. At $25 a pop, you can't go wrong. Even if you use it only minimally. It can pay for itself in as little as 1/2 hour of time savings. There isn't anyone who can say that this won't save them at least 1/2 hour of time throughout the life of the product. I could see a lengthly discussion on this if it were, say $1000, but at $25, it has already taken more of my time to write this reply than to pay for the product. Yes there are better products. No, there are no better products for $25. Its that simple. I bought a copy to use for myself out of my own pocket (I didn't want the hastle of having to explain and have my manager approve a $25 purchase).

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I have been tempted to check this out for some time. I am still considering it and will probably test it out after this review.

I have a question about the Intellisense programs out there, does the Intellisense work with the functions? It really irritates me that SQL Query Analyzer does not provide Intellisense for its functions. I hate have to always go to the BOL to remember what variable is required first in functions (ex. CHARINDEX, PATINDEX, REPLACE, etc.). Does anyone know if that is available?


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It is available in SQL Assist.

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Todd H-247318
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I've been trying to get to their site but it keeps coming up unavailable. Are any of you having that same issue??
K. Brian Kelley
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In the quick testing I did, no, it doesn't do IntelliSense on the functions from what I saw. However, if you send feedback to the folks at Atadore I'm sure they'll think about including it. They've proven to be extremely responsive in my dealings with them.

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I don't know if you're talking about PromptSQL or SQL Assist, but I noticed that I didn't post the site to SQL Assist. And for some reason, when I google "SQL Assist" it doesn't come up. Its at www.roundpolygons.com.

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K. Brian Kelley
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Just hit the site myself, so it's up.

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Sorry,

I was talking about PromptSQL


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Hmmm, Ok. It seems to be back now.
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P. Barbin - I appreciate the link to SQL Assist but I don't write my DB code (stored procedures) in Visual Studio. I use SQL QA. This is where I need the intellisense .
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