SQL Prompt 5 and SQL Refactor
Published 11 February 2013
SQL Refactor has been retired with the release of SQL Prompt 5.
Much of the functionality of SQL Refactor is now available in SQL Prompt; including:
- Smart Rename (see: Renaming an object)
- Qualify Object Names (see: Qualifying object names)
- Uppercase Keywords in SQL Prompt 5.1 and later (see: Uppercasing keywords)
- Expand Wildcards (see: Expanding wildcards)
- Split Table (see: Splitting a table)
- Encapsulate as New Stored Procedure (see: Encapsulating SQL as a new stored procedure)
- Find Unused Variables and Parameters (see: Finding unused variables and parameters)
- Summarize Script (see: Summarizing a script)
For legacy support information for SQL Refactor 1.3, see SQL Refactor 1.3 documentation.