Thanks for bringing this up, as it's a good time to discuss the future direction for SQL Refactor development. Basically some of the functionality of Prompt and Refactor has overlapped for the last couple of years, like format SQL
. The decision we came to was that it made more sense to have one SSMS add-in rather than two, so Refactor is being swallowed up into SQL Prompt 5. If you already own Prompt with support, you can upgrade to SQL Prompt 5 and uninstall the SQL Refactor add-in.
We are also going to allow SQL Refactor users with a support entitlement at the time of release of SQL Prompt 5 to upgrade from Refactor to Prompt 5. This way, nobody with a support contract will lose any functionality. If you have any questions about an upgrade path, you can ask the Red Gate sales team.
If you want to trial a beta of SQL Prompt 5, one is available on the SQL Prompt EAP 5 Forum