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Poor Grammar in "The database updated succeeded"

erenkenerenken Posts: 10 Bronze 3
edited June 8, 2006 2:28PM in SQL Compare Previous Versions
We currently use SQL Compare and I am trying to convince the people with the money to let us upgrade to version 5; however I would like to know if the bad grammar in “The database updated succeeded” has been fixed. I would think it should read, “The database update succeeded”. I know I don’t have the best grammar in the world myself, but I display these PRINT messages during a database update process in our application and everyone sees them. I could change it every time I do a SQL compare but the chances are too high that I would miss some of them, so I may be able to convince them to let us upgrade if this is fixed.




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    Brian DonahueBrian Donahue Posts: 6,590 Bronze 1
    Hello Eric,

    The UI had been completely re-written now and the dialogues are different. This language is now gone and has been replaced simply with 'Complete'.
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