SQL Prompt 10

SSMS Tab Management

SQL Prompt's Tab History keeps a history of the query windows (tabs) that you open in SSMS, and saves their contents in response to certain actions. You can use it to track down scripts that you forgot to save, or that you were working on prior to when SSMS crashed. With tab management, it is difficult to lose work.

SQL Prompt's Tab Coloring component will ensure you are always aware of the SQL Server instance to which your current query pane is connected, to avoid unfortunate accidents.

Documentation for SSMS Tab Management

Additional Resources for SSMS Tab Management

In addition to this documentation, the Redgate Hub offers the following resources to help you find your way around SSMS Tab Management, learn how to use it, and adopt best practices :

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