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)
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,
SQL Prompt Project Manager at Red Gate Software