in SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio
SQL Prompt - a short introduction (4:14)
Writing SQL code by hand, even with IntelliSense, is frankly pretty dull
So we made SQL Prompt, which isn’t
An add-in for SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio, SQL Prompt strips away the repetition of coding.
As well as autocompleting your code, SQL Prompt takes care of formatting, object renaming, and other distractions, so you can concentrate on how the code actually works.
Whether you need to write, refactor, or explore database code, find out how SQL Prompt makes it effortless by trying it free for 28 days.Download free 28 day trial
Watch the 12 SQL Finger Tips
Watch these free tips videos to get top SQL writing tips from SQL Server MVPs Steve Jones and Grant Fritchey, as well as Redgate's own Tom Crossman.
“It saves huge amounts of time, boosts productivity, enforces common layout and coding standards, and means I can focus fully on the task in hand, while letting the syntax and code take care of themselves.”
“I use SQL Prompt whenever I write any SQL, simple or complex, because it's such a powerful programming aid. I no longer have to constantly look up or memorize obscure object names and SQL commands – instead, I can just browse for them.”
“I am a consultant who specializes in backend systems. I normally spend about 50% of my day in SQL Server Management Studio. Since I started using SQL Prompt, I am at least 30% more productive. Even my clients are starting to notice. I honestly cannot comprehend how I managed to write Transact-SQL prior to this tool.”
Autocomplete does the work for you – even for
As well as making the most common queries, such as
INSERTs, quick to write, SQL Prompt completes
JOIN conditions for you automatically. You don't have to remember any column names or aliases.
Share your snippets
Type even less by adding your own code snippets to the customizable library and sharing them with your team. That way, everyone can enjoy even faster, even easier coding.
Safely refactor SQL code
Rename objects without breaking dependencies and encapsulate SQL code as a stored procedure.
One-click SQL code formatting
Make code readable and keep developers working to the same standards, with SQL Prompt's single-click, customizable code reformatting.
New: Actions list
Wrap your code in a block, toggle comments, and more with SQL Prompt's new Ctrl-key actions list.
Updated support for Visual Studio
You can now use even more of SQL Prompt's features in Visual Studio 2015. Check out the Features Grid for more detail.
There aren’t many people more qualified at programming SQL than SQL Server MVPs Steve Jones and Grant Fritchey.
Watch how they fared at coding with – and without – SQL Prompt.
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|Script as ALTER from query window||x||x|
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|Find unused variables and parameters||x||x|
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— Arnold Dieterle, Development Manager, VEGA Grieshaber
Find out how the 12-man development team at VEGA Grieshaber, a German instrumentation company, save time writing SQL, cut errors in their code, and respond to user requests fast, with Redgate SQL Prompt.
This handy quick reference guide includes our top 12 snippets, and shortcuts and tips for code-completion, formatting, navigation, and refactoring SQL code in SSMS and Visual Studio.Download the quick reference guide (PDF 374K)
Compare SQL Prompt feature-by-feature with SQL Server's native IntelliSense.Download the feature comparison (PDF 391K)
This paper shows you how SQL Prompt helps your development and DBA teams, and how that translates into ROI for your business.Download the ROI guide (PDF 136K)