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SQL Prompt 6.5.0.336

Aaron LAaron L Posts: 596 New member
edited July 20, 2015 8:24AM in SQL Prompt
SQL Prompt 6.5.0.336 - 11th June 2015

This build of SQL Prompt includes:
  • Tab coloring improvements (UserVoice and experimental feature feedback)
  • GROUP BY and ORDER BY suggestions improvements (UserVoice, UserVoice and UserVoice)
  • Import/export all options (UserVoice)
  • SQLCMD mode support (UserVoice and UserVoice)
  • Format actions (Forum post)
  • "Add brackets to all identifiers" format action (UserVoice)
  • Azure v12 suggestions
  • Improvements to closing parentheses behavior (UserVoice)
  • Temporary tables and their columns can now be renamed with F2
  • "Close All Unmodified" context menu item on tabs
  • Full suggestions for cross-database queries (Forum post)
  • Useful keywords are promoted to the top of the suggestions. For example, SELECT is shown above SAVE
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Version history
6.5.0.336 - 11th June
  • Fix for duplicate menu items when alternating between Management Studio 2012 and 2014
6.5.0.335 - 22nd May
  • Webroot anti-virus software no longer reports SQLPrompt.VSUI.dll as a potentially unwanted program (Forum post)
6.5.0.334 - 19th May
  • Support ticket 42211: Tab coloring now colors the active tab correctly if only the database name is displayed in the title
  • Insert semicolons no longer inserts a semicolon after an index definition in a memory optimized table
6.5.0.332 - 14th May
  • Built in aggregate functions are no longer enclosed in square brackets (UserVoice)
  • SP-3909: Smart rename no longer drops check constraints when renaming a table
6.5.0.330 - 5th May
  • Support ticket 40949: Qualify object names no longer removes table name qualification when it would result in an ambiguous column name
  • Support ticket 40362: Some commands are no longer recreated every startup
  • SP-5380: ArgumentNullException "Value cannot be null." is no longer thrown by tab coloring
  • SP-5365: InvalidCastException is no longer thrown when using "Close all Unmodified" tabs command
  • SP-5363: InvalidOperationException is no longer thrown when adding new tab coloring environments
6.5.0.326 - 8th April
  • Columns defined after a table constraint in a table-valued variable are now suggested
  • ROW_NUMBER() tooltip now displays return type bigint (Forum post)
  • "Close All With No Changes" renamed to "Close All Unmodified" (Twitter)
  • SP-5172: Argument out of range exception when completing an aliased column in a subquery
6.5.0.323 - 30th March
  • Find invalid objects now reports calls to missing functions in SET statements
  • Semicolons are no longer incorrectly inserted after a partial statement selection (Forum post)
  • SP-5296: Null reference exception when script contains trigger on view that doesn't exist in the database
6.5.0.320 - 26th March
  • Initial release

Comments

  • sdkssdks Posts: 44 Bronze 2
    Tab coloring is not working on SSDT. Is it a bug or VS does not support such features?
  • Aaron LAaron L Posts: 596 New member
    Hi sdks,

    Tab coloring currently supports SSMS2012 and SSMS2014 so it's not available in SSDT. We've got a UserVoice request to add support in Visual Studio here, so please add your vote to it.

    Thanks,
    Aaron.
  • I updated to this version yesterday and upon starting SSMS today, I get the ff error:

    Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
    The Add-in 'SQL Prompt 6' failed to load or caused an exception.
    Would you like to remove this Add-in?
    If you choose yes, the file it was loaded from, 'C:ProgramDataMicrosoftSQL Server Management Studio11.0\AddinsRedGate.SQLPrompt.SSMSUI.2011.AddIn', will be renamed.

    Error Message: <Unknown Error>
    Error number: 80131604
    Yes No

    Please advise.
  • Aaron LAaron L Posts: 596 New member
    Hi Ben,

    Just to check I understand what's happened: 6.5 was working immediately after you installed it but broke a day later with this error message?

    The error message itself is pretty vague and it's what SSMS shows when it fails to load an addin, however this could be for a number of reasons. If it was working and then broke there's a small chance the installation became corrupted (in which case a reinstall or repair should fix it), or even an anti-virus program decided one of our dlls was suspicious and quarantined it.

    We received your uninstall feedback that you've tried reinstalling 6.4 - did that help?

    Thanks,
    Aaron.
  • MobyDXMobyDX Posts: 2 New member
    The cross-database suggestions seem to cause completions to explicitly reference the database-name when the database contains a schema with the same name. I have a database with the name ERP which, unfortunately, also has a schema called ERP. When I start typing "ERP." I correctly get a list of tables in that schema, but when I select one of them, it expands this to "ERP.ERP.<table-name>", i.e. specifying both the database-name and the schema-name. If I use auto-complete without typing "ERP." first (i.e. just start typing the first letters of the table-name), it only adds the schema-name, as before.
    This can be quite dangerous if it goes unnoticed by whoever writes it. (For example if a stored procedure referencing "ERP.ERP.some_table" is run in database "ERP_test" on a server which also contains a database called "ERP").
  • Aaron LAaron L Posts: 596 New member
    Hi MobyDX,

    Thanks for pointing this out - I agree that this could be confusing. We've just put in a fix in our beta build which will disable the full database suggestions if a schema of the same name exists. Please give it a try and let me know if this fixes it for you.

    Thanks,
    Aaron.
  • MobyDXMobyDX Posts: 2 New member
    Thanks. I have installed the beta and it seems much "safer" :-)
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