SQL Server Management Studio add-ins

  • kast218

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    latish.sehgal - Monday, July 24, 2017 4:39 PM

    Thanks for linking SqlSmash. I am the author. Just wanted to mention that it does support SSMS 2017 now.

    Could you provide latest Release date? I will update this info on Github and in Article.

    Also could you give me links with difference (or limitations) between free and paid version?

  • latish.sehgal

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    Points: 106

    kast218 - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 4:02 AM

    latish.sehgal - Monday, July 24, 2017 4:39 PM

    Thanks for linking SqlSmash. I am the author. Just wanted to mention that it does support SSMS 2017 now.

    Could you provide latest Release date? I will update this info on Github and in Article.

    Also could you give me links with difference (or limitations) between free and paid version?

    The latest Release Date is Jun 10th, 2017.
    You can see the difference between the free/paid versions here. Basically, the paid version has more features.

  • Eric M Russell

    SSC Guru

    Points: 125020

    Apparently there are at least a couple of SSMS addin authors here. What framework or programming guides do you guys recommend as a starting point for building addins?

    "Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise. Instead, seek what they sought." - Matsuo Basho

  • latish.sehgal

    SSC Enthusiast

    Points: 106

    Eric M Russell - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 10:56 AM

    Apparently there are at least a couple of SSMS addin authors here. What framework or programming guides do you guys recommend as a starting point for building addins?

    SSMS extensions aren't officially supported, but they have the same requirements as Visual Studio Extensions. You'll find plenty of tutorials for building VS Extensions online.
    Here are a couple of links specific to SSMS that might give you an idea.
    one, two, three

  • kast218

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    Eric M Russell - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 10:56 AM

    Apparently there are at least a couple of SSMS addin authors here. What framework or programming guides do you guys recommend as a starting point for building addins?

    latish.sehgal - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 7:58 AM

    kast218 - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 4:02 AM

    latish.sehgal - Monday, July 24, 2017 4:39 PM

    Thanks for linking SqlSmash. I am the author. Just wanted to mention that it does support SSMS 2017 now.

    Could you provide latest Release date? I will update this info on Github and in Article.

    Also could you give me links with difference (or limitations) between free and paid version?

    The latest Release Date is Jun 10th, 2017.
    You can see the difference between the free/paid versions here. Basically, the paid version has more features.

    Latish, thanks for answers, information about your good addin updated: https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit/commit/7f1018576a289cfc38ce2c32d63665196d792a69

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  • sargody_k

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    Points: 21

    There is one better than any of those, it's called Michel Max SSMS Tools, and its free, below the list of functionalities:
    - Format SQL Code.
    - Prepare the Procedures/Functions to be called.
    - Regions to organize the code.
    - Retrieve the complete Information of a Table.
    - Tab Colorize, base in the configuration window you can colorize the existing session based in the filters that you applied, making easy to the developer to identify each server/database he/she is working on.
    - Selection Highlight for the same word in the SQL Code.
    - Style Markers for the same word in the SQL Code.
    - Configurable CRUD creation.
    - Copy/Paste Table Structure and Data (Client Side).
    - Grid Search, with advanced Extended and Regular Expression.
    - Grid Search Highlight.
    - Grid Style Markers.
    - Grid Export to JSON, Excel XML.
    - Grid Image Capture.
    - Configurable Header Text Template, with quick insert, so you can easily sign you codes.
    - Quick encapsulate code in region.

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2012/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2014/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2016/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2017/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2019/

  • kast218

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    Points: 6286

    sargody_k - Monday, November 12, 2018 4:07 PM

    There is one better than any of those, it's called Michel Max SSMS Tools, and its free, below the list of functionalities:
    - Format SQL Code.
    - Prepare the Procedures/Functions to be called.
    - Regions to organize the code.
    - Retrieve the complete Information of a Table.
    - Tab Colorize, base in the configuration window you can colorize the existing session based in the filters that you applied, making easy to the developer to identify each server/database he/she is working on.
    - Selection Highlight for the same word in the SQL Code.
    - Style Markers for the same word in the SQL Code.
    - Configurable CRUD creation.
    - Copy/Paste Table Structure and Data (Client Side).
    - Grid Search, with advanced Extended and Regular Expression.
    - Grid Search Highlight.
    - Grid Style Markers.
    - Grid Export to JSON, Excel XML.
    - Grid Image Capture.
    - Configurable Header Text Template, with quick insert, so you can easily sign you codes.
    - Quick encapsulate code in region.

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2012/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2014/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2016/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2017/
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/michelmaxssmstools2019/

    Great thanks for this addin - added via https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit/commit/c0bb7f2d2df74e4b61c2e3985d4a7e088b6819c5

  • cmullican

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    Points: 405

    One I find useful is SSMS Schema Folders -- and it's also free:
    https://github.com/nicholas-ross/SSMS-Schema-Folders

    Also, the SQL Hunting Dog link is 404.

  • ssms-man

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    Points: 484

    Hello Konstantin, 
    nice overview, thank you!
    Can you please update:
    SSMSBoost last release: 2019-01-09    
    Supports: 2008-2018

    Michel Max - SSMS Tools
    Supports states 2008-2019 , but there is no such SSMS Version. Latest version is SSMS 18.0 (preview 6), so probably it should state 2008-2018

  • kast218

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    cmullican - Thursday, January 31, 2019 12:29 PM

    One I find useful is SSMS Schema Folders -- and it's also free:
    https://github.com/nicholas-ross/SSMS-Schema-Folders

    Also, the SQL Hunting Dog link is 404.

    Great thanks, added via https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit/commit/d167aa0c3077ea96af0d2c3c8477a2490d002963

  • kast218

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    Points: 6286

    ssms-man - Friday, February 1, 2019 4:37 AM

    Hello Konstantin, 
    nice overview, thank you!
    Can you please update:
    SSMSBoost last release: 2019-01-09    
    Supports: 2008-2018

    Michel Max - SSMS Tools
    Supports states 2008-2019 , but there is no such SSMS Version. Latest version is SSMS 18.0 (preview 6), so probably it should state 2008-2018

    Thank you very much, fixed via https://github.com/ktaranov/sqlserver-kit/commit/e3cbcae745a7e4a38be700886959e122e671cad1

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