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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. SELECT * FROM BaseProfile A
    JOIN Base
    Profile_Trl A1 ON A.ID = A1.ID WHERE A1.id=20200215

    edit table:BaseProfileTrl,After editing one row of data, I found that the entire table got updated.

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  2. I would suggest that the possibility of having in the editor the features of "Word Wrap" and "Show visual glyphs for word wrap" as they exist in the editor of Visual Studio be added.

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  3. When a new trigger is created, the script tests for existence first. So if the trigger does not exist, it will not create it. It should not test for existence as it will never create the trigger. It's unnecessary to check the object's existence if the product is using CREATE OR ALTER trigger.

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  4. Fix issue with diagram tool auto redrawing relationship lines when tables are dropped and recreated with no changes to relationships from old to new tables.

    Specifically I reverse engineered my tables into the database diagraming tool. Then painstakingly organized the tables then adjusted all the relationship lines so they take a short path and do not cross then saved the diagram.

    When re-opening it everything is fine. But - if I ever drop and recreate the tables (e.g. with a script to change the schema) the diagram tool auto-redraws all the relationships and the diagram becomes a mess.

    Please fix.…

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  5. There is an option to change the way Date and Date-Time shown is the result of Query if you add other thing like show numbers separated by separators etc.

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  6. Would be great if before exporting data into from SQL Server to google sheets the sheet is cleared, that way if in a second export less rows are exported there are no risk in export duplicates records.

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  7. The only thing that prevents me from using DBForge is the inability to run a single sql query on 10 different SERVERS simultaneously and see the aggregated resultset. In SSMS you can simply create a folder and put all of your server connections into that folder and then when you right click on the folder it allows you to connect to all X servers in that folder simultaneously. If you run a top10 query and you have 10 servers configured in that folder you get back a single 100 record resultset. Without a feature like this I can't leave SSMS…

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  8. When it comes to bulk Data Pump imports from multiple files (e.g. Excel, *.csv), I'd really appreciate the ability to pass through the source import file name (as text) to a dedicated column within the destination SQL Server data table against each imported record.

    Personally, I use the DevOps PowerShell Automation import pathway and would find it a really handy addition for basic audits if it was accessible as a parameter on Invoke-DevartDataImport

    Thanks!

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  9. I am trying to do a data pump but once it is finished the data is almost useless because I don't need 1,000 records per-table, but as many as meaningful are, the children records derived from smaller amounts of records in its corresponding Mater or Parent tables

    So If have for instance ... let's say Businesses (1) and Stores (2) so I'd like to pump data just for these entities not 1,000 business and 1,000 stores but 1,000 billing records, 10,000 stock count records, 8,000 items catalog for each store ... derived from previous node ... like a tree structure…

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  10. As a developer, I'd like to be able to check in custom data generator configurations with the rest of my project's configuration into source control.

    Currently, the xml configuration files are stored in a separate far-off location /Users/Public/... and this makes it not ideal if you want to version your generator configurations to share with the rest of the team through Git, as an example.

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  11. I'd like to be able to delete user defined (custom) data generation configurations directly from the GUI.

    Currently, you can create (but not delete, nor edit) user defined custom data generator configurations easily.

    Often it is necessary to delete these custom configs because you've created new ones...or saved it too many times...or for other reasons. However, there's no option to delete from the GUI. In order to delete them, you have to find their location and delete xml files found under C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Devart\dbForge...\Data Generators... there you're presented with only timestamped files with no naming that indicates which user defined generation…

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  12. Take two identical databases on different SQL Server instances (or on prem vs Azure). Ensure they are identical by doing a schema compare. Take a data generation file that is configured and works for one database. Take that file and change the target to the new database. The pre-existing configuration does not get applied to the new database.

    The workaround is to create a copy of the existing data generation file, open the new configuration .dgen file in a text editor and change the ConnectionString line in the xml to match the new database's properties. In order to get the…

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  13. The default location for custom data generation configs is:

    C:\Users\Public\Documents\Devart\dbForge Studio for SQL Server\Data Generators

    This is different than the location for the other project-related files and this makes it tough to check in and share, etc.

    Is it possible to change this default location?

    I have a feature request in about this, but maybe there's a hack or even something I'm missing to set this location?

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  14. SQL query window does not accept adding the 'WINDOW xxx AS' clause to a query with a window function.

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  15. Dear Devart Team,

    I suggest enhancing your autocomplete feature by making the first option selectable with the tab key. This would reduce the current two-step process (typing additional letters or using the mouse) to a single action, improving efficiency and user experience.

    Thank you for considering this improvement.

    Best regards,

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  16. For source control (GIT) at the remote changes tab add a ignore/delete option.

    I started working with the database and deleted/renamed some stored procedures. When I detached and attached my source control (GIT) it wants to add the procedures which I have removed.
    This is fine when someone else changed it, but now I specifically want to delete this procedures. When working with this I can add them again, to delete them afterwards, or I can delete them in the folder and check them in with GIT, bypassing dbForge.

    The easy solution would be to add a ignore/delete/keep local option…

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  17. how is possible there is no simple thing as pin tabs?

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