Powerful and reliable scripts
written by SQL Server experts
SQL Scripts Manager - Free
- Expert scripts: contains over 25 scripts written by expert DBAs, SQL Server MVPs, and Red Gate's SQL developers.
- Accelerated scripting: streamline repeated administration and scripting tasks with quick and easy access to scripts.
- Customize and extend: easily build custom user interfaces around any T-SQL or IronPython script.
- Get additional scripts from the community: share scripts with your colleagues, or with the wider SQL Server community, via the SQL Server Central code archive.
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SQL Scripts Manager is a free tool that brings together must–have scripts from expert DBAs, SQL Server MVPs, and Red Gate developers to enable you to automate common troubleshooting, diagnostic, and maintenance tasks.
Over 25 scripts have been provided by nine recognized SQL Server experts, including Ola Hallengren, Phil Factor, Rodney Landrum, and Exceptional DBA Award winners Dan McClain, and Tracy Hamlin.
SQL Scripts Manager gives you quick, easy access to SQL, IronPython, and SMO scripting. Simplify everyday SQL administration tasks with scripts such as Louis Davidson's "CPU–intensive queries", Ola Hallengren's award-winning "SQL Server Maintenance Solution", "Top resource waits" from Glenn Berry, Tim Ford's "Blocking transactions", and many more.
Want to download additional scripts, or join the experts and share your own scripts? Visit SQL Server Central to upload your own scripts and download the scripts your peers have submitted. To learn more about uploading your own script, please visit the Support Center.
Download SQL Scripts Manager now and start benefitting from the collective wisdom of these experts – and sharing your own scripts with
the SQL Server community – today.
What's new in SQL Scripts Manager 1.3?
- The latest version of Ola Hallengren's Maintenance Solution is now included.
- Script Generator can now be run from the menu.