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in SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio
Writing and formatting SQL code by hand, even with IntelliSense, is frankly pretty dull
So we made SQL Prompt, which isn't.
Available as 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 trial
“I have always been a huge fan of Redgate’s software, and I can confidently say that SQL Prompt is a masterpiece. It has super-enhanced my SQL scripting abilities and has cut my scripting time down to a quarter or less. The tool is very intuitive, and the comprehensive settings allow me to tailor it to my own coding style.”
“If you take SQL Prompt away from me, I'll have to quit!”
“The ability to have every DB developer’s code formatted the same way with the execution of a simple command is incredibly helpful to making code reviews more efficient, and to reducing long-term product maintenance costs.”
“Working smarter is one of the reasons I'm such a fanboy of Redgate's products…One of my favorite tools is SQL Prompt, an SSMS plugin that adds "missing" functionality, or has similar features which work better. Either way, if you use SSMS, SQL Prompt will make your life better.”
“I love SQL Prompt. The speed and friendly, intuitive nature of the tool is excellent. The way it handles autocompletion for eg CTEs and combinations of
APPLYand variables makes it a great tool for improving speed and quality for our development efforts. I've recommended it across the entire development team and it is loved by all.”
“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.”
Try formatting your own SQL code below with a few predefined styles, or create and share your own styles with the full formatting options in SQL Prompt. Download a 28-day free trial.
SELECT CompanyName,AddressType,AddressLine1 FROM Customer JOIN CustomerAddress ON (Customer.CustomerID=CustomerAddress.CustomerID) JOIN Address ON (CustomerAddress.AddressID=Address.AddressID) WHERE CompanyName='ACME Corporation'
Code completion with statement expansion
Our smart code completion works as you type, providing suggestions to help make your coding fast and accurate.
Scripting an object as ALTER
Use SQL Prompt to script out an object in a query simply by right clicking and choosing Script Object as ALTER from the menu.
Select an object in the Object Explorer
With SQL Prompt you can select an object or synonym from Object Explorer directly from the query window.
Find invalid SQL Server objects
Use SQL Prompt to find invalid objects in your database, such as if you want to know if any objects are referencing other objects that have been dropped.
Find unused variables and parameters
SQL Prompt can find and highlight any parameters or variables that are unused in a script.
Instant access to schema information and summarize scripts
Access your schema information and view a summary of the actions that a SQL script performs, in the order in which they occur.
Save and recover lost tabs
With tab history, you can save, preview, and rename tabs – and restore tabs previously opened in SSMS. You can pick up work where you left off and start coding again in seconds.
Set different colors for different groups, servers and databases, so you can quickly and easily identify which environment you’re working in within SSMS.
Smart rename refactoring
Create a script that allows you to rename objects in your database without breaking dependencies.