SQL Doc 2.1 release notes
Published 05 February 2013
Version 2.1.2 - May 2012
SQL Doc 2.1.2 fixes a bug with extended properties not showing correctly (internal issue number SDOC-1467).
Please upgrade by selecting the Help > Check for Updates.
- Licensed users of SQL Doc 2: SQL Doc will remain activated when you install SQL Doc 2.1.2.
- Existing users of SQL Doc 1 without the Support and Upgrades package: You will have a trial license when you install SQL Doc 2.1.2. To continue using SQL Doc after the trial period, you will need to purchase a new license.
- Existing users of SQL Doc 1 with the Support and Upgrades package: If you already have a valid license number for version 1 of SQL Doc, purchased with the Support and Upgrades package, then you can use the same license to activate SQL Doc 2 manually.
Version 2.1.1 - December 2011
- Support for SQL Server 2012: SQL Doc 2.1.1 will now be accessible from within SSMS 2012's Object Explorer menu.
- SQL Doc's output will now say "SQL Server 2012" rather than "SQL Server Denali".
- This error has been fixed: "Unable to cast object of type redgate.sqlcompare.engine.statistics to type redgate.sqlcompare.engine.relationalindex"
Version 2.1 - October 2011
- SQL Server 2008 R2 support
Launch SQL Doc from within SSMS
You can now document databases by right-clicking a database in the Object Explorer. SQL Doc launches with the database details pre-populated so you can document the schema with a couple of clicks.
Custom output paths in the command line
The command line now includes the switch /OutputFolder. This allows you to specify the output folder for documentation.
The specified path can be a relative path. The switch has the alias /of
The ability to specify relative output paths simplifies automation.