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This is the blog of Jamie Thomson, a freelance data mangler in London

SSDT gets some small enhancements for SQL Server 2014

Release-to-manufacturing of SQL Server 2014 was announced today and with it comes some welcome news about some small enhancements to SSDT:

The SSDT team has been heads down getting our SQL Server 2014 release ready to go.  However we've made time to make some targeted improvements in this area.  In our upcoming release for SQL Server 2014 the Change Connection part of this blog will be implemented.  The F6 functionality (included moving between multiple result sets) didn't make it, but will be in the update after that. – Patrick Sirr

http://sqlblog.com/blogs/jamie_thomson/archive/2013/03/19/connected-development-in-ssdt-versus-ssms.aspx#53271

and

I've implemented F6 and shift-F6 to cycle through the tabs as SSMS does (including for multiple result sets). However the fix won't make it into our upcoming SQL Server 2014 release due in a couple weeks. It'll be in the next update.

http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/780990/ssdt-f6-to-move-between-panes-in-a-query-window

Hopefully there’ll be a few more enhancements in the SSDT Connected Development arena other than the two mentioned here (more scripting options would be nice).

Who says submitting to Microsoft Connect never works? Smile

 

Don’t forget that you don’t need to have SQL Server 2014 in order to get these new features. SSDT is free and supports all versions back to SQL Server 2005.

@Jamiet

Published Tuesday, March 18, 2014 8:04 PM by jamiet
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