Microsoft SQL Server Utilities and Tools

  • kast218

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    vincent.grazapoli - Friday, February 8, 2019 8:53 AM

    Please consider adding SQL+
    http://www.sqlplus.net

    SQL+ is a tool that generates a class library from stored procedures by utilizing a tagging system in the form of comments. Does all the ADO stuff like setting up parameters and converting result sets into objects.

    Hi, Vincent. Added via https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit/commit/7535c7a084e85ad902e73abbfecb86605d34bc48
    Could you provide additional information: Modified date, Price, SQL Server support versions, another database support?

  • kast218

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    francesco.mantovani - Thursday, February 7, 2019 1:30 PM

    What @Robert Sterbal-482516 is trying to say is that a wiki can allows you to sort the column from A to Z. 

    The goal is to filter by Platform or by Cost. The GitHub table doesn't allows you to do so. 
    There are a few alternatives: 
    1) You can simply drag and drop your spreadsheet: https://help.github.com/articles/file-attachments-on-issues-and-pull-requests/
    2) You can upload the spreadsheet to Google Sheet and then copy/paste the embedded code to GitHub

    🙂   Basically we need raw data   🙂 

    Thank you so much for your work

    Added first "dirty" version - be free add pull requests and issues: https://rebrand.ly/gh-ssk

  • kast218

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    robert.sterbal 56890 - Friday, February 8, 2019 8:57 AM

    kast218 - Friday, February 8, 2019 4:33 AM

    francesco.mantovani - Thursday, February 7, 2019 1:30 PM

    What @Robert Sterbal-482516 is trying to say is that a wiki can allows you to sort the column from A to Z. 

    The goal is to filter by Platform or by Cost. The GitHub table doesn't allows you to do so. 
    There are a few alternatives: 
    1) You can simply drag and drop your spreadsheet: https://help.github.com/articles/file-attachments-on-issues-and-pull-requests/
    2) You can upload the spreadsheet to Google Sheet and then copy/paste the embedded code to GitHub

    🙂   Basically we need raw data   🙂 

    Thank you so much for your work

    Hi, Francesco. Thanks for positive feedback. You can sort and filter on this page: http://sqlserver-kit.org/en/sql-server-utilities
    For example, all alternatives for SSMS: http://sqlserver-kit.org/en/sql-server-utilities?queries%5Bsearch%5D=%5BMS%5D

    In the near future, I plan to collect in a convenient form in Excel all the useful resources from my repository https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit

    Please consider posting the list to a google sheet

    Added - https://rebrand.ly/gh-ssk
    Be free to add improvements and fix errors.

  • Solomon Rutzky

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    vincent.grazapoli - Friday, February 8, 2019 8:53 AM

    Please consider adding SQL+
    http://www.sqlplus.net

    SQL+ is a tool that generates a class library from stored procedures by utilizing a tagging system in the form of comments. Does all the ADO stuff like setting up parameters and converting result sets into objects.

    Hi Vincent. Not sure if you are affiliated with SQL+, but just in case you are, you / the group might want to consider that "SQL Plus" is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation, as seen via the following link (please click the "LOGOUT" button when you are done viewing that page):

    http://tmsearch.uspto.gov/bin/gate.exe?f=toc&p_lang=english&p_d=trmk&p_search=search&a_search=Submit%20Query&p_s_ALL=73632966

    I am mentioning this because whoever is selling "SQL+" is going to want to contact a lawyer who specializes in patents and trade marks ASAP to inquire about this name similarity. I am not a lawyer, but based on my personal experience, I am pretty sure that the "*" in the official name of Oracle's tool, "SQL*Plus", nor even the ".NET" in "SQL Plus Dot Net" (that it is only occasionally referred to as), are enough of a difference for the two product names to be considered different. Keep in mind that the US Patent and Trademark Office does not have subcategories for "Software": all software is lumped together.

    Take care,
    Solomon...

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