SQL Prompt 5.3 release notes
Published 12 February 2013
The following release notes are available for SQL Prompt 5.3:
Version 5.3.8 - May 13th, 2013
- LinqBridge.dll is now installed with SQL Prompt on systems with .NET 4. (SP-4537, SP-4548, SP-4554, SP-4655)
- Using Format SQL on code which includes ? as a parameter value no longer causes SQL Server Management Studio to crash.
- Improved resilience and reporting in the face of unexpected errors.
- Link to SQL Prompt Quick Reference Guide works for systems with .NET 4.5.
Version 5.3.6 - October 15th, 2012
Visual Studio 2012 support
- SQL Prompt now installs into Visual Studio 2012.
- Restore the default SSMS and VS behavior whereby a middle-click on a tab closes it. (SP-4236 and SP-4501)
- Fixed bug whereby Find Invalid Objects fails completely on certain databases, incorrectly reporting a login error. (SP-4454)
- No longer throws error when formatting scripts containing SQL 2012 keywords.
Version 5.3.2 - May 9th, 2012
- New SQL Prompt Quick Reference Guide, with handy tips and keyboard shortcuts, now installed into the Start Menu.
- Fix error in Snippet Editor that removed newlines from the code in SQL Prompt 5.3.0. (SP-4358)
- Fix crash when disabling Connection Coloring experimental feature.
Version 5.3.0 - March 22nd, 2012
- Partial match suggestions are now enabled for all users.
- New SQL Prompt Labs feature to refresh suggestions automatically when SQL Prompt detects a change to a connected database.
- Also refreshes SSMS’s own IntelliSense local cache (equivalent to Ctrl+Shift+R).
- Basic support for most synonym types, so SQL Prompt notices when the base object is a table, stored procedure, view, function, etc.
- CREATE SYNONYM script is now shown in the object definition box for synonyms.
- Fixed problem caching when base object for synonym is inaccessible (e.g. due to offline database or inadequate permissions).
- Fix crash related to scripts containing column list after table alias. (SP-4070)
- Addition of MaxSupportedColumns parameter in the engine options, which will prevent SQL Prompt from trying to cache databases with a total number of columns exceeding this number. Default is -1, which means it’s turned off. Related to SP-1207.