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New features in SQL Prompt 6.4

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We’re pleased to announce a new beta version of SQL Prompt. We’ve been trying out a few new core technologies, and used them to add features and bug fixes suggested by users on the SQL Prompt forum and suggestions forum. You can download the SQL Prompt 6.4 beta here (zip file). Let us know what … Read more
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What’s new in SQL Prompt 6.3?

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This post describes some of the improvements we’ve made in the latest version of SQL Prompt. You can download SQL Prompt 6.3 here (zip file). Code suggestions In recent months, the focus of the SQL Prompt development team has been to remove annoyances and improve code suggestions. Here’s just a few of the improvements to … Read more
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Oracle and 3rd Party Tools

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We knew before we started to create Schema Compare for Oracle that we’d need to work hard. It is a different technology and a different market. Also, there is less interest amongst Oracle users for third-party tools. Less interest in third-party tools? Why? Nobody we asked could explain, so we tried to find out. We … Read more
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How you log in to Simple Talk has changed

We now use Redgate ID (RGID). If you already have an RGID, we’ll try to match it to your account. If not, we’ll create one for you and connect it.

This won’t sign you up to anything or add you to any mailing lists. You can see our full privacy policy here.

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Simple Talk now uses Redgate ID

If you already have a Redgate ID (RGID), sign in using your existing RGID credentials. If not, you can create one on the next screen.

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