SQL Multi Script 1.4 release notes
Published 14 May 2018
Version 1.4.9 - February 28th, 2019
SE-838: Changes to the last script selected before execution are now respected
Version 1.4.8 - February 27th, 2019
SE-836: When a script returns quickly and there are no previous results, the results pane no longer fails to update until the treeview node is reselected
SE-837: Editing and saving a script while it's running against a large distribution list no longer changes the script's behaviour on the current execution
Version 1.4.7 - February 13th, 2019
- SE-816: Main window persists its size correctly between runs
Version 1.4.6 - January 24th, 2019
SE-832: On saving all results, if a script name contains characters that are not valid in Excel sheet names then the sheet is created using underscores instead
Version 1.4.5 - December 20th, 2018
The database connection dialog now has an option to connect to read-only databases.
Version 1.4.4 - October 3rd, 2018
SE-820: The limitation on a script to return no more than 100 resultsets has been lifted.
Version 1.4.3 - August 1st, 2018
The "script executed at" time now includes seconds
Version 1.4.2 - July 2nd, 2018
SE-812: Using "Execute Against This Database Only" when the database list has been filtered now executes against the correct database
Version 1.4.1 - May 22nd, 2018
Version 1.4.0 - May 14th, 2018
- Option to let each script run in its own connection. This prevents scripts that set server-level parameters (eg SET ROWCOUNT = 1) from causing side effects in later scripts.
- SQL Multi Script is now available as part of SQL Toolbelt Essentials.
- SE-832 On saving all results, if a script name contains characters that are not valid in Excel sheet names then the sheet is created using underscores instead