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SQL Prompt 10: What’s New?

Tony Davis reviews the major new features of SQL Prompt 10, included improved 'ranking' of its code auto-completion suggestions, tab history improvements to make it easier to find 'lost' code, and auto-fixing of code that breaks code analysis rules.

2019-11-19

New release: SQL Prompt 10

In the latest version of SQL Prompt, we’ve made improvements to all the most popular features. Our new ranked suggestions algorithm prioritizes the suggestions most relevant to you, tab history improvements let you find old tabs easily and star favorites, and new auto-fixes help you resolve code issues quickly. With support for key features of SQL Server 2019, which was made available this week at Microsoft Ignite, SQL Prompt 10 gives you the latest tools to develop faster, improve code quality, and boost team productivity.

2019-11-15

Unwrapping, Unboxing and Installing SQL Clone

If you are evaluating a tool such as a text editor or spreadsheet, it is easy: you just install it, you run it, you decide whether you need it. Job done. However, a similar 'unboxing' or 'unwrapping' of SQL Clone, and installing across a network, is not so quick and easy. Phil Factor's solution is to install and run a complete installation of SQL Clone on a single box. This allows you to try everything out, creating images and deploying clones, while isolated from the network. It can then be extended across a network, subsequently, when it's been fully tested.

2019-11-14

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