1) Team System for DB Professionals runs only in Visual Studio.
2) Stored Procedure Debugging is only available in Visual Studio
Both of these facts bother me because together they point to a trend to move database development from the database professional to the application developer.
The primary tool of the SQL Server database professional is Management Studio and the primary language of SQL Server database development is T-SQL. For these two reasons, both stored procedure debugging and Data Dude belong in Management Studio first and Visual Studio only as a secondary option.
When I teach a SQL Server upgrade class, the students are shocked to learn that store procedure debugging was moved from the database tool to Visual Studio. Most SQL Server professionals I know don’t even have Visual Studio installed on their workstation.
Microsoft, please respect the database professional and make the common sense move to place database tools inside the primary environment first.