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Thanks for the comment. I will see what we can do for the V1.1 release.
After re-reading the code. I believe that that the trigger order is documented. (However only ordered triggers are documented.) I will change the next version to always document the order even if it's none. If I have missed the point etc please tell me.
Are you using the Beta version?
(This product had no registration, but only a limited life-span). If you are using the Beta version then please un-install it and install the new version.
Otherwise please email the sales team, with your problem & licence key, they will be able to explain what product(s) the key unlocks etc. If you have any problems then please email me ([email protected]) with your details and I will find out on your behalf.
It does sound like it. How did you find out the version number please?
I tend to use Windows Explorer
Go to the installation folder, eg:
C:\Program Files\Red Gate\SQL Doc
Right click on the file RedGate.SQLDocumentor.UI.exe, select properties.
Then select the Version tab and read the "File version:".
(Mine says 220.127.116.117)
Please uninstall SQL Doc and then download the SQLPrompt bundle..
Here is the link.
The downloaded zip file will contain a copy of the SQL Doc installer.
Let us know how it goes.
but I am not seeing trigger priority which were set by sp_settriggerorder
Is it possible for you to send me a snapshot of your database and the name of the trigger that does not show the priority please?
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