SQL Search 2

A free Management Studio add-in to search for SQL in your databases

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A possible solution

Postby sarisetty » Sun May 04, 2014 5:49 pm

I did face the same problem when I installed it for the first time, the search was fast enough compared to its predecessor(Sql Search V1), however it consumes the whole processing and leaves us no choice other than killing the process through task manager.

Solution:
Repair the SSMS Integration Pack Framework & Sql Search 2 through the Control Panel MMC Snap-in(appwiz.cpl) and restart the ssms process again. It shouldn't freeze now :)

P.S: The solution proposed by me is temporary, it might be resolved by red-gate team soon in the new versions.
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Sql Search 2 problem continues

Postby yshmidt » Tue Jul 01, 2014 7:05 pm

I tried sarisetty solution to repair SSMS Integration Pack Framework & Sql Search 2. I also downloaded the latest version of sql search 2. Uninstalled a installed again, to no avail
Help please.
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Postby vbmark » Wed Jul 09, 2014 3:53 pm

I have this problem too.

I can do a repair of both programs and sometimes get it working for several days.

Then today, nothing I do fixes it and whenever I click the search button SSMS freezes and I have to kill the process.

I would switch back to version 1 but I can't find the install executable.
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SQL Search 2, need a fix

Postby yshmidt » Wed Jul 09, 2014 5:48 pm

Same here, "Search" can work for a day or a couple of hours and then freezes. I am going through the same steps; uninstall, re-install and hopping that it will work. Sometimes takes couple of times to do that. It became a game of sorts, click on the SQL Search and hold my breath.
Which SQL Server version are you using? I think that SQL Search 1 doesn't work with SQL 2014.
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Re: SQL Search 2, need a fix

Postby vbmark » Wed Jul 09, 2014 6:00 pm

yshmidt wrote:...click on the SQL Search and hold my breath.

Heh, yup.

yshmidt wrote:Which SQL Server version are you using?

2012
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