The latest stable build of SQL Prompt is 9.0.10.4053 (15th February)

Michael ClarkMichael Clark Posts: 120 Silver 3
edited February 21, 2018 5:08PM in SQL Prompt
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What's new?

This build of SQL Prompt includes these fixes:
  • SP-6800 : Fix alignment for chaining methods.
  • SP-6806 : NullReference exception during execution of EI020/021.
  • SP-6808 : Fix missing newline after ON while formatting filegroup indexes.
  • SP-6826 : SET ANSI NULL ON removal has a huge impact on users performance, so we don't show this error.
  • SP-6832 : Fixed issue with Redgate licensing client.
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Michael Clark
Technical Lead, SQL Prompt
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  • JaccoJacco Posts: 10 New member
    The update doesn't show for me. I'm on 9.0.6.3580 and I get the message "No updates available" when I check for updates. (SSMS 17.4 and VS 15.5.4)
  • Hi @Jacco,

    I think we have resolved this now, would it be possible to double check?

    Best,
    Michael
    Michael Clark
    Technical Lead, SQL Prompt
  • JaccoJacco Posts: 10 New member
    Hi @Michael Clark,

    It works now.

    Thanks,

    Jacco
  • jsreynolds1jsreynolds1 Posts: 55 Bronze 2
    edited February 14, 2018 6:42PM
    Hello,

    After I installed (and I have re-installed), suddenly it cannot access the license server. Other Red-Gate apps seem to be unaffected.

    "Unable to connect to the Redgate Client Service."

    SSMS 2017.4

    Should add I use the frequent update channel.
  • continuumcontinuum Posts: 2 New member
    I get the "Unable to connect to the Redgate Client Service." message in SSMS 17.4. I do not get that message in SQL Prompt add-in in Visual Studio 17. I've tried uninstalling/reinstalling and running the deactivate tool followed by activating again. Nothing worked. Please help!
  • Mine suddenly started working again.

    So question - if I'm offline for an extended period, should I expect SQL Prompt to stop working until it can retrieve or phone home at some interval?

    Best,

    --J
    Hello,

    After I installed (and I have re-installed), suddenly it cannot access the license server. Other Red-Gate apps seem to be unaffected.

    "Unable to connect to the Redgate Client Service."

    SSMS 2017.4

    Should add I use the frequent update channel.

  • I just downloaded the latest version and I too get the dreaded "Unable to connect to the Redgate Client Service". I was using 7.5. Help!
  • KeimDBKeimDB Posts: 3 New member
    Same here. Upgraded from 8 to 9 and now SQL Prompt stopped working.
    SSMS 2016 -> SQL Prompt -> About SQL Prompt = Trial period has expired.
    SSMS 2016 -> SQL Prompt -> Manage License = "Unable to connect to Redgate Client Service" error

    With SQL Prompt 9 installed the other SSMS plugins (SQL Test and SQL Source Control ) act the same way.
    If I uninstall Sql Prompt 9 then SQL Test and SQL Source Control work again.

    The Apps that are outside SSMS (Compare, Doc, Dependency...) work fine with SQL Prompt 9 installed or not.

    Have current SQL Toolbelt subscription.
  • We have released a hotfix that should fix the licensing issue. Download link has been updated!
  • continuumcontinuum Posts: 2 New member
    Andrei R wrote: »
    We have released a hotfix that should fix the licensing issue. Download link has been updated!

    That fixed it for me. Thanks!
  • KeimDBKeimDB Posts: 3 New member
    Hotfix = just what Dr. ordered. Thanks!
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