SQL Refactor has been retired with the release of SQL Prompt 5, and is no longer available.
Much of the functionality of SQL Refactor is now available in SQL Prompt. This includes:
- Wildcard expansion
- Summarize scripts
- Find unusued variables and parameters
- Qualify object names
- Smart rename
- Split table
- Encapsulate as stored procedure
For legacy support information for SQL Refactor, see SQL Refactor - getting started
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