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Empower Yourself With the Latest SSMS 19.2 and dbForge SQL Tools!

On November 13, 2023, Microsoft's new SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) 19.2 saw the light of day. It's the IDE you will definitely need if you are dealing with the most modern versions of SQL Server.

How to Change Grid Font Size in SSMS

SSMS users sometimes need to zoom grid results to improve visibility. This article will guide you through the process of zooming in on grid results with ease.

Reworking SQL Queries: Replacing Asterisks With Column Lists in SELECT Statements

The shorthand SELECT * command might be one of the most convenient and commonly used SQL statements during the development phase, but is it really the best practice for production environments? Let us try to find out.

Champs Recap: Devart’s Award-Winning Products in Q2-Q3 2023

As September is slowly but steadily coming to a close, it's time to deliver a summary of our achievements on independent review platforms over Q2-Q3 2023. Our previous recap was rather rich with awards, and this time we hope you won't be disappointed either.

How to Recover Recently Closed Tabs in SSMS Using SQL Complete

In this article, we will explore how to recover recently closed tabs and documents using built-in features of SSMS as well as third-party solutions like dbForge SQL Complete.

Here Comes a New Update of dbForge Tools for SQL Server!

Recently, we have rolled out extensive updates of our product lines for MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL databases. But what if you are a SQL Server user? Well, you don't need to worry. dbForge tools for SQL Server didn't escape our attention.

Streamline Your SSMS Workflow: Tab Color Customization With Native Features and SQL Complete

This article delves into the benefits of tab color customization, exploring how the combination of native SSMS and SQL Complete features empowers you with seamless navigation and a visually appealing workspace.

How a Data Engineer Streamlined His Team’s Operations Using dbForge SQL Tools

Recently, we've explored the case when dbForge SQL Complete was adopted by a group of SQL developers working under the banner of a tech company and seeking to get their routine coding done faster. Our today's case dwells on the same idea—but the difference is that this time we'll be dealing with a company of a much larger scale.

How dbForge SQL Complete Enhanced the Collaboration Within Two Development Teams at a Finland-Headquartered Tech Company

It is always interesting to explore a case where dbForge tools are used in a collaborative process. Take SQL Complete, for instance. It was created to make individual SQL developers exceptionally productive and help them write error-free code much faster.

Azure Data Studio vs dbForge SQL Complete: Which One’s Best at Code Completion?

With the right SQL code completion tools by your side, you can get approximately 2 to 4 times more productive with your daily coding...

TRUNCATE TABLE in SQL

The article will overview the TRUNCATE TABLE statement in SQL on particular examples and describe the differences between the TRUNCATE, DELETE, and DROP statements. When...

Champs Recap: Award-Winning dbForge Products in Q2-Q4 2022

Following our previous recap that covered the awards garnered by dbForge products in Q1 2022, and a compelling selection of DBTA 2022 Readers' Choice...

Finden Sie ungültige Objekte in Ihren Datenbanken

DBA hat eine Reihe von Aufgaben, die hauptsächlich darauf abzielen, die Datenbank-Performance und die Datenkonsistenz zu unterstützen. Der Administrator kann den CHECKDB-Befehl verwenden, um...

11 Reasons Why You Need dbForge SQL Complete

Okay, so you deal with SQL code in SSMS every day? Then you most probably would not mind doubling your output without investing too...

Here Comes a New Update of SQL Complete 6.11 with Support for SSMS 19

We've got a new update of dbForge SQL Complete, your favorite add-in for SSMS and Visual Studio that helps you write clean SQL...

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...

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...

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...

Another Badge on the Wall: Why G2 Users Love dbForge SQL Complete

More good news coming our way! dbForge SQL Complete, your favorite add-in for SSMS and Visual Studio—packing a punch with its SQL code completion,...

Get the Latest Maintenance Update of SQL Complete 6.9

We have just released a maintenance update of dbForge SQL Complete, an add-in for SSMS and Visual Studio that can accelerate your daily SQL...

Another Day, Another Badge – dbForge Products for SQL Server Win G2 and SoftwareSuggest Awards

We are happy to announce that the dbForge product line has received multiple remarkable awards. dbForge Studio for SQL Server and SQL Complete have...

SQL EXISTS or NOT EXISTS, That Is the Question

The article provides a detailed overview of the T-SQL IF EXISTS and NOT EXISTS statements. It also explains why EXISTS should be chosen over...

Don’t Miss the Latest Maintenance Update of SQL Complete 6.9

Here comes the maintenance update of dbForge SQL Complete, your favorite SSMS and Visual Studio add-in for context-sensitive code autocompletion, formatting, and refactoring. Our team...

Review SQL Complete on GetApp!

Enjoying dbForge SQL Complete? Why not share your opinion in a review? This would take just a few minutes of your time yet would be...

SQL Complete Keeps Extending SQL Prompting

We are happy to announce that the new version of dbForge SQL Complete has been released. We have been working on the implementation of...

SSMS Tools Pack vs dbForge SQL Complete: A Clash of SSMS Add-ins

Undoubtedly, SSMS is a proven database management and administration tool that does its job well. Yet we all tend to expand our capabilities as...

It’s Harvest Time: dbForge Reaps G2 High Performer Fall 2021 Awards

September has been around for mere two weeks, yet we have already added 2 new shiny badges to the wall of dbForge awards. Why not...

Write a Review of SQL Complete on Capterra!

It should come as no surprise that user reviews on independent reviewing platforms are extremely important to us. It is your review that can...

Devart Products Become the Winners of DBTA’s 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards

We are delighted to announce that Devart products have been ranked #1 by the readers of the Database Trends and Applications magazine — one...

How to Use SQL Server DBCC SHOW_STATISTICS

Database statistics are a powerful weapon. They store a vast array of information about the database data that helps identify slow-running queries and allows...

How to Create Customizable CRUD Operations with SQL Complete

Working with SQL databases and tables usually implies performing daily data-related tasks using the CRUD operations in order to re-use, manipulate, and access data...

SQL Complete v6.7 Released!

The Devart team is glad to present the latest version SQL Complete v6.7 - an advanced solution for database development and management packed with...

How to Check SQL Server Query History

The data stored in the history of queries are among the most valuable for any DBA. Tracking back the SQL Server query history is...

Azure Data Studio vs SSMS: Who’s the Winner?

For 15 years, SSMS has held the title of the top SQL Server database tool. That's no easy feat, especially in the software world,...

Devart Joins the Winners of 2020 ComponentSource Bestselling Awards

The response and appreciation of our users make our company proud of the database solutions we create. This time Devart gladly joins the ranks...

Manage Your Sensitive Data With SQL Data Discovery and Classification in SSMS

The 17.5 version of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) brought with it a new built-in security tool. Since then, the Data Discovery and Classification...

ADD SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION Command in SQL Server 2019

For a database administrator, the common everyday practice involves running multiple operations targeted at ensuring database security and integrity. Thus, we shouldn't overlook the...

Embrace Data Protection and Regulatory Requirements With SQL Complete Suggestions

We are pleased to present the latest version of our superior solution for SQL Server database development, management, and administration - SQL Complete v6.6....

Searching for Invalid Objects with SQL Complete

The present article deals with one of the bottlenecks in the work of database developers and administrators, namely the occurrence of invalid objects and...

Find Invalid Objects in SQL Server Databases

In the course of time, we can experience situations when some certain database objects have not been distributed on one or several databases...

Take full advantage of SQL Server 2019 with SQL Complete v6.5

The dbForge team is delighted to announce a fresh release of our advanced solution for SQL database development - SQL Complete. The new version...

Export SQL Stored Procedure to a File and Generate Its Script

In previous articles, we have reviewed a general algorithm of finding and deleting incomplete open transactions in SQL Server databases, created a table for...

Find and Delete Incomplete Open Transactions in SQL Server – Part 3

In two previous articles, we have reviewed a solution for deleting incomplete open transactions in SQL Server.  By incomplete transaction, we shall basically understand an...

Managing Open Transactions in SQL Server

Open transactions in SQL Server occur frequently and demand close attention and proper handling to prevent issues. Monitoring open transactions and ensuring their timely completion (either committing or rolling back) is a best practice, and this article will explore tools and methods and provide a guide on automatically finding and resolving open transactions.

How to Create Custom SQL Server Replication for Read-only Databases

Quite often there’s a need to create a read-only replica of a SQL Server database. This might be required, for example, for the purpose...

Find and Delete Incomplete Open Transactions in SQL Server – Part 1

Frequently enough, MS SQL Server open transactions are incompleted and their initiators forget about them. This is quite a commonly encountered situation in routine...

Start debugging in SSMS with SQL Complete 6.4

The dbForge team is thrilled to present the latest version of SQL Complete for SQL Server. The most notable feature of this release...

Get the most from your data with SQL Complete

Visualize your SQL data to facilitate understanding and decision making with the Data Visualizers feature of SQL Complete. On many occasions, developers and...

New and redesigned formatting profiles in SQL Complete 6.3

At our users' request, Devart introduces span-new formatting profiles that let you tune your SQL code like never before. Now you can not only...

How to Generate and Use CRUD Stored Procedures in SQL Server

Most database systems operate on the basis of 4 simplest data manipulation operations that are called by the acronym CRUD. This acronym stands for Create, Read,...

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