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Object Explorer / Schema Browser

Follow / 6 Jan 2017 at 6:37pm

Add ability to create new right click menu choices.

Add ability to create sub menu items. For the first incarnation allow the menu item to be an execution of an SQL code snipet with replacement of the existing variables and the addition of schema, table and column being availble given the context of currently...
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Follow / 28 Sep 2015 at 1:16pm

Make horizontal scrolling in with a mouse wheel possible

I've bought a new Logitech MX Master mouse with horizontal scroll wheel which does not work in TOAD with Windows 7. E.g. if you have a table with many column and you select it in schema browser and browse to its data tab. Nothing happens...
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Follow / 8 Jul 2014 at 8:51pm

Save window layouts and configurations

TOAD for Oracle has a feature called under Options >> Windows >> Behaviors where you can capture and define Window Layouts, Positioning, Sizing, etc. We need this feature in TOAD for SQL Server.
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Follow / 18 Nov 2013 at 7:19pm

Attach Data: Add "Same Path" button

Scenario: Server A: a Development Server, you detach the data and move to a source code repository folder. Server B: you take a copy of the .mdf/.ldf from the source code repository and try to mount it in a different location on your machine. Steps...
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Rick Mathers
Follow / 30 Sep 2013 at 10:37am

Default Name Lost on drop/recreate

Doing an alter to a table that has to drop and re-create the table I find that it does not re-create the default value names that have been previously defined. Script created: EXECUTE [sp_rename] @objname = N'[dbo].[PK_dbo_GstContactTypes]'...
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