SQL Prompt 5 third early access release

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SQL Prompt 5 third early access release

Postby Paul Stephenson » Thu Oct 14, 2010 3:19 pm

The third early access release of SQL Prompt 5 is now ready for you to try.

What’s new?
We’ve improved stability by fixing many reported issues in this new release. If you reported a bug in a previous early access release, please try this new version.

In addition to features in the first and second early access releases, this new release introduces:
  • Qualify Object Names (from SQL Refactor)
  • Expand Wildcards (from SQL Refactor)
For full details, including how to try out all these features, see What’s new in SQL Prompt 5?

Before you start
If you haven’t already done so for a previous SQL Prompt 5 early access release, you must uninstall older versions (version 4 or below) of SQL Prompt, and versions of SQL Refactor, using the Windows Control Panel.

Note that SQL Prompt 5 is still in development; we recommend you try out the early access release on a development or testing server.

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 feature for further early access releases:
  • Find Invalid Objects

We look forward to your feedback,

Paul Stephenson
SQL Prompt Project Manager at Red Gate Software
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