SQL Prompt features
The following table provides a comparison of the SQL Prompt features available in SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio:
|Key features||SQL Server Management Studio||Visual Studio|
|New! SQL Tab Magic now integrated with SQL Prompt.
Tab history provides tab recovery, search, rename and preview
|Code completion with statement expansion|
|Instant access to schema information|
|Shareable SQL snippets|
|Find invalid SQL Server objects|
|Select column dependencies|
|Auto-generation of aliases|
|Script as ALTER from query window|
|Expand wildcards - single instance|
|Expand wildcards - entire script|
|Format SQL code|
|Decrypt encrypted objects|
|Find unused variables and parameters|
|Qualify object names|
|Smart rename refactoring|
|Encapsulate as stored procedure|
SSMS and Visual Studio Support
SQL Prompt is compatible with the following versions on SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio:
- SQL Server Management Studio (2005, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2014 CTP2, and SSMS Express)
- Visual Studio (2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013)
For minimum suggested requirements, and to find out which versions of SQL Server SQL Prompt supports connecting to, see the technical requirements page.
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