Tag Archives: Redgate

Adding a Format SQL Button to the Redgate Toolbar

I’ve gotten used to CTRL+K,Y to format SQL with SQL Prompt, but a customer wanted a button on the toolbar. It’s fairly easy to do, but I thought I should document the process for others. First, if you click the … Continue reading

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Prepping for Summit 2017

It’s about time for the PASS 2017 Summit. The event essentially starts on Monday with pre-cons and the unofficial networking dinner. Be sure you RSVP and come to the dinner if you don’t have plans. The official event is Many … Continue reading

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SQL Clone Server Service Permissions

SQL Clone is amazing, and it can really save time and disk space for many organizations. I’ve got a series posted here on various little things I’ve learned about the product. There are also a number of articles on the … Continue reading

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SQL Data Generator–Getting a value based on another column

This is a series on SQL Data Generator, covering some interesting scenarios I’ve run into. If you’ve never tried it, SQL Data Generator is a part of the SQL Toolbelt. Give it a try today with an evaluation today. One … Continue reading

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Quick SQL Prompt Updates in a Pattern

I work for Redgate and write about products. I’ve got a series of SQL Prompt posts here on little things I like. SQL Prompt might be my favorite tool.  SQL Prompt will be yours as well if you give it … Continue reading

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Getting the Random Module in SQL Data Generator

This is a series on SQL Data Generator, covering some interesting scenarios I’ve run into. If you’ve never tried it, SQL Data Generator is a part of the SQL Toolbelt. Give it a try today with an evaluation today. I … Continue reading

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Compound FKs with SQL Data Generator

This is a series on SQL Data Generator, covering some interesting scenarios I’ve run into. If you’ve never tried it, SQL Data Generator is a part of the SQL Toolbelt. Give it a try today with an evaluation today. A … Continue reading

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SQL Clone, Redgate Licensing, and Cookies

SQL Clone is amazing, and it can really save time and disk space for many organizations. I’ve got a series posted here on various little things I’ve learned about the product. There are also a number of articles on the … Continue reading

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How Mature are you in Database DevOps?

I remember seeing the Carnegie Mellon Software Capability  Maturity Model (CMM) when I was in university. It was fascinating, and I was sure this was the way to write software. Across many jobs and many years, I realized that few … Continue reading

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What’s a SQL Compare Snapshot?

SQL Compare is a core product from Redgate and I’ve got a series on some of the interesting things I’ve found. Download a trial today if you haven’t tried it.   I saw a short video from Grant Fritchey on … Continue reading

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