SQL Prompt 5 first early access release

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SQL Prompt 5 first early access release

Postby Paul Stephenson » Tue Aug 24, 2010 4:14 pm

The first early access release of SQL Prompt 5 is now ready for you to try!

What’s new?
This first early access release of SQL Prompt 5 introduces the following new features:
  • Script as ALTER [F12]
  • Smart Rename (introduced from SQL Refactor)
  • Split Table (introduced from SQL Refactor)
For full details including how to try out these features, see What’s new in SQL Prompt 5?

Before you start
Please uninstall SQL Prompt 4 and SQL Refactor before trying the SQL Prompt 5 Early Access release.

How do I get the early access release?
Subscribe to the SQL Prompt early access mailing list and we’ll provide you with the download details.

Feedback
SQL Prompt 5 is still in development, and we value any feedback you may have; please let us know if you have any comments or suggestions.
If you find an error or bug with the early access release, please post a detailed description of the error here in the SQL Prompt 5 EAP forum.

What’s still to come?
We’re working on the following new features for further early access releases:
  • View Column-Level Dependencies
  • Find Invalid Objects
  • Encapsulate as Stored Procedure (from SQL Refactor)
  • Find Unused Variables and Parameters (from SQL Refactor)
  • Qualify Object Names (from SQL Refactor)
  • Summarize Script (from SQL Refactor)


We look forward to your feedback,

Paul Stephenson
SQL Prompt Project Manager at Red Gate Software
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SQL Prompt 5

Postby broughtie » Wed Aug 25, 2010 5:41 pm

So I see various SQL Refactor features being added to SQL Prompt. Is the plan to just move all the functionality of Refactor into Prompt and give rid of SQL Refactor as a stand-alone product? I'd vote for that.
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Postby David Atkinson » Thu Aug 26, 2010 1:18 pm

That's right. The plan is that SQL Refactor features will become Pro features of SQL Prompt.

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Interoperability?

Postby Wyatt70 » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:27 pm

Are you working towards making it work in tandem with the native SQL Server IntelliSense? I think the current inability to work together with the native IntelliSense is a major drawback of the product.
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Postby David Atkinson » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:35 pm

What do you mean by 'in tandem'? SSMS Intellisense and SQL Prompt's auto-completion are alternatives to each other. Only one should be enabled at any given time, otherwise both will pop up over each other.

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