Enhancing Execute-Current-Statement with Execute-Current-Selection
I love SQL Complete's execute-current-statement functionality. I think it would greatly enhanced if it would automatically execute highlighted code. This could be a simple check: normally just execute-current-statement if no code is highlighted, but do a default SSMS execute (normally F5) if code has been highlighted.
I know I could always hit F5 but I think having both under the same keyboard shortcut would be very helpful. I never realized how useful it was until I began switching back to SSMS from Toad.
PL SQL has this. The default is to execute the statement the cursor is on. You can change that through a checkbox like KJ suggested.
alex smith commented
@LK => Remember to vote for : http://devart.uservoice.com/forums/87893-sql-complete/suggestions/5719228-execute-current-statement-key-binding
if you want the keybinding to change.
Totally agree with KJ. This is the feature I miss most about TOAD for SQL Server
Crl+Shift+E is a bit cumbersome (I'm vey lazy;)
Or as an alternate would it be possible to assign to another F key