SQL Prompt 10.5 release notes
Published 03 December 2020
10.5.6.17542 - Released on 22th January 2021
- Added support for database scoped credentials in SQL Server 2016 and later.
- Added support for altering create index statements when using the alter view autocompletion.
- Azure Multi-Factor Authentication connections no longer require a second login for SQL Prompt.
- Fixed an issue which could cause the Insert Semicolons refactoring step to fail when creating Columnstore indexes.
- Fixed an issue where the live preview does not update when editing styles.
- Fixed an issue which caused Azure Multi-Factor Authentication connections to fail when using secondary Azure AD Tenant.
10.5.5.17476 - Released on 18th January 2021
- When 'Open in Excel' results in the generated Excel file failing to be opened, its location will be opened instead.
- Fixed a crash when performing a Smart Rename.
- Fixed an issue where the new update popup was not appearing for some users.
10.5.4.17397 - Released on 12th January 2021
- Added support for CURRENT_TIMEZONE and CURRENT_TIMEZONE_ID when using Azure SQL Server.
- Fixed an issue which could cause the Insert Semicolons refactoring step to fail when WITH statements are used inside SELECT statements.
- Fixed an issue where SQL Prompt fails to start when the styles folder is set to a file share after an upgrade from a version prior to v10.5.
10.5.3.17209 - Released on 18th December 2020
- Fixed an issue which caused legacy custom formatting styles not to be upgraded for some users.
10.5.2.17186 - Released on 16th December 2020
- Enabling verbose logging is now preserved between SSMS sessions.
- Fixed an error when upgrading styles from versions prior to SQL Prompt v10.5.
- Fixed a crash when loading styles in a Turkish locale.
10.5.0.16982 - Released on 3rd December 2020
Downgrading to a previous version of SQL Prompt will require manual intervention. More details can be found here.
- Upgraded styles format to be compatible with the format used in the SQL Prompt ADS extension.
- Fixed an issue which could cause SQL Prompt to crash in Visual Studio on startup.