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In the \"Add Objects to Project\" dialog, the Stored Procedures list is not in alphabetical order. All the stored procedures are in the dbo schema.
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Thanks for your suggestion.
I have logged it under the code DT-454. The request is now being reviewed by developers and will hopefully be considered for the next version of the tool.
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Actually, if you click on the 'name' bar at the top (by the 'objects in selected database'), it sorts stuff alphabetically (kind of)
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We now have a patch release of the tool that should fix this. If you would like to obtain a copy, please send an e-mail request to support(at)redgate.com and we will be happy to send this to you.
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