SQL Server Tools

Create ER Diagram for SQL Server Database Using SSMS and SQL Designer

Entity Relationship Diagrams are widely used for analyzing database structure and troubleshooting issues with logic or deployment. In this article, we provide a detailed walkthrough of what an ER Diagram is and how to create and manage database diagrams.

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How to Compare Two Formatting Styles in dbForge SQL Complete

One of the primary features of dbForge SQL Complete—a top-tier add-in for SSMS and Visual Studio—is code formatting, which helps beautify SQL code and make it consistent and easy to read, understand, review, and share across teams.

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dbForge Studio for SQL Server Scored 3 Crozdesk Awards

Today we would like to tell you more about the three awards that dbForge Studio for SQL Server has recently scored on Crozdesk, one of the world’s top platforms that helps companies find and purchase the best business software for project and customer management, marketing, and accounting. The names of these awards are rather indicative of what all dbForge products stand for — Trusted Vendor, Happiest Users, and Quality Choice.

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How to Automatically Synchronize Schema Changes in Two SQL Server Databases on a Schedule

This article introduces a solution on how to automatically synchronize two SQL Server databases on a schedule.

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SQL Server Activity Monitor for Diagnosing SQL Server Performance Data

Read this article to know how to use SQL Server Activity Monitor and what other SQL monitoring tools you can use to monitor SQL Server performance to be aware of possible performance issues.

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The Difference Between an IDE and a Code Editor Explained

How would you like to get your daily coding done? Fast? Obviously. In a neither repetitive nor monotonous manner? Naturally. With all of the tools you might need always at hand? Yes, definitely.

Whether you are going to get it all or not depends on where you choose to write your code. Your two primary options here are either a code editor or an IDE. Both are designed to make your coding easier—however, in different ways.

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SQL Server Architecture: An In-Depth Guide

Microsoft SQL Server has a client-server database architecture, where the process typically begins with the client app sending a request to the server—and continues as the SQL Server receives and processes the request, and then returns the required result.

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How to Switch From SSMS to dbForge Studio Effortlessly

If you are reading this, chances are that you are an active user of Microsoft SSMS. And following the title that has brought you here, you may ask us: why should you bother switching? What should dbForge Studio ever offer to make you leave the convenient familiarity of SSMS?

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Here Comes the Latest Update of SQL Complete!

It’s time to unveil the latest update of dbForge SQL Complete, your favorite code completion add-in for SSMS and Visual Studio. We have enhanced it with a few new functions that will surely come in handy. Let’s check them out!

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dbForge Tools for SQL Server Scored Three More G2 Badges

We’ve got yet another achievement to tell you about! dbForge SQL Complete and dbForge Studio for SQL Server have been awarded the High Performer Spring 2022 badges on G2, the world’s largest tech marketplace for business software. Additionally, dbForge Studio for SQL Server has been included by G2 in their Small-Business Grid Report as a High Performer.

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