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SQLTreeO–Folders in SSMS

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Published Tuesday, August 30, 2011 11:52 AM by andyleonard

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Ismail Al Bulushi said:

This sounds great. I'm going to guess it's meta stored in your SSMS session? This isn't touching any schemas or adding somekind of comment within those stored procs is it?

August 30, 2011 11:55 AM

Jakub Dvorak said:


It uses extended properties of objects to persist refernce to folders. Please read this post, technical solution is described there -

August 31, 2011 6:40 AM

Richard Monteg said:

But this tool is no longer free - used to be.  Sure they author needs to be compensated for the efforts,  but for transparency sake, it has to be mentioned for people to know.

September 25, 2013 5:09 AM

jam said:

I was looking for a tool like this for a long time... but 50 euros is too expensive. A decent price should be around 10 to 15 euros.

October 1, 2013 7:45 PM

Tom said:

And nowhere on the site of SQLTreeO you can find decent contactdetails or the address of the company. I can tell you why it costs €50 however. The owner of the company is someone I knew from the Netherlands and he has a lot of debts. Hopefully you're not expecting a good service or a lot of support for SQLTreeO.

October 9, 2014 3:08 AM

Unhappy user said:

The old versions were free, later they asked €100 for a license which they lowered to €50. Still it is much to expensive. All free versions stopped working from the moment that a new version appeared so you're obbligated to upgrade to the next version which costs €50/license. They say it's a lifetime license but you can't find any address or owner details from this company. I would never trust something like this. It stinks.

October 9, 2014 3:26 AM

Kevin said:

I've been using SQLtreeo for quite some time now and im really happy with it, it is really helpfull in daily work(dba). About the team ,i've had contact with them several times with issues,upgrades, and bugs but they respond mostly within a few hours and help me solve issue swiftly.

In begin it was difficult to purchase license for 50 euros which is kind of expensive , but it is a license for lifetime, and you get all free version upgrades , new functionalities to so i think the product is showing its worth.

I have never speaken to the company owner but it does not seem really necessary to me if i can communicate with their servicedesk? (@Tom).

the site has undergone some big changes and they added several new things it seems.

May 5, 2017 10:07 AM

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