In addition to features in the first early access release, this new release introduces:
- Column Dependencies
- Find Unused Variables and Parameters (introduced from SQL Refactor)
- Encapsulate As New Stored Procedure (introduced from SQL Refactor)
- Summarize Script (introduced from SQL Refactor)
Before you start
If you already have the first SQL Prompt 5 early access release installed, simply run the new installer to upgrade.
If you do not already have SQL Prompt 5 installed, 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.
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:
- Find Invalid Objects
- Qualify Object Names (from SQL Refactor)
- Expand Wildcards (from SQL Refactor)
We look forward to your feedback,
SQL Prompt Project Manager at Red Gate Software