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Query window in VS.Net

CWuestefeldCWuestefeld Posts: 40
edited September 24, 2007 8:58AM in SQL Prompt Previous Versions
Am I missing something? SQLPrompt is working nicely in VS.Net for editing stored procs. However, it doesn't seem to know that Query windows exist at all. That is, when I open a query window either by way of "Data | New Query" or from the Server Explorer context menu, SQLPrompt doesn't seem to be aware of the code I'd like it to help me with.

(I'm using 3.6, on VS.Net 2005 w/ Data Dude, all SPs applied)
Chris Wuestefeld

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    When you open a query window by means of Data -> New Query, SQL Prompt needs to know what database you want this query to be associated with, since it cannot get this information automatically. Try clicking 'Connect to Server' in the SQL Prompt menu, and entering the database details you want the current query to use.

    Also, please make sure you're using the final version of SQL Prompt 3.6 that we released on Mon Sep 17. The build number for this is 3.6.0.109. 'About' in the SQL Prompt menu displays this information.

    If this doesn't work, or you've already done these steps, we'll try something else.
    Jason Crease
    Red Gate Software
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