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dbForge Studio for SQL Server

dbForge Studio for SQL Server is an SQL server development tool incorporating query builder, data import/export and compare tools for managing and analyzing data.

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  1. I'm mooching this off of SqlRefactorStudio for SSMS, but since I'm really loving my dbForge Studio experience ... as T-SQL proficiency increases across my company, even our accountants are diving straight into SQL coding. They (and therefore I) have an inherent love of highlighting cells in Excel and seeing a number of common math done on the selected region such as SUM, MAX, MIN, and AVERAGE.

    SQL Refactor Studio (for SSMS) has this remarkable ability to highlight cells in the result set and display the math dynamically in the status bar. dbForge Studio in all its magnificence doesn't have this…

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  2. I need to keep brackets around stored procedure and function names, but dbForge keeps removing them.
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    CRATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[SprocNameSample] After saving my changes to
    the sproc:
    CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.SprocNameSample

    This behavior goes against the convention established at my workplace.

    Please allow us to keep the brackets in place when we save changes to Stored Procedures and Functions.

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  3. Please add a filter to Object Search results like 'Display distinct names of objects only' (or similar),. That will help with searching objects (tables/views) that contain certain data, but not data itself. Say when I search for string 'rufhweirfi' in my a database, it returns me 4000+ rows from 58 tables, but I need only names of objects that contain such data. That would help with searching pairs master-detail in database that has no relationships for tables.

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