Wednesday, June 12, 2024

SQL Server Tools

SQL SELECT Statement

SQL SELECT is probably the most widely used SQL statement. That's why we have decided to investigate options that can be used in the query.

Best 8 Free and Paid Database Design Tools

Explore the most popular database design tools that aid users in visualizing, refining, and converting database schemas into functional databases.

SQL Server Transaction Log Analysis

This article explores various methods to view and analyze transaction logs, including SQL Server's native capabilities and third-party graphical user interface (GUI) solutions.

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.

SQL Aliases: Improving Query Efficiency and Clarity

SQL column aliases are the secret to clearer code and more user-friendly query results. Assigning custom names to database objects in SQL scripts results in improved readability and valuable insights into data. In this article, we'll explore the power of SQL aliases, their practical applications, and the benefits they bring to database management and reporting.

Types of Data Models in DBMS with Examples

Is data visualization important? Yes, visual is easier to comprehend than verbal, and graphical data presentation helps us grasp the necessary information easier and dive deeper to make the right decision.

What Is Azure SQL?

When we speak of modern cloud solutions, we mean much more than just data storage. Cloud technologies cover virtual services, including analytics, databases, networking,...

Data and Schema Comparison Log Delivery to Email

In this article, we will demonstrate to you how to set up automatic email delivery of the log file in both cases: when SQL...

What Is an SQL Server Port?

The main purpose of SQL Server ports is to receive and transmit data of a certain type. In this article, we are going to...

How to Script Tables with Parent Objects in dbForge Studio for SQL Server

Occasionally, database developers encounter the necessity to conduct both forward and reverse engineering on their databases and specific database objects, which may involve object...

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...

Get the Latest Update of dbForge Studio and SQL Tools With Support for SQL Server 2022

It's time to unveil a big update of dbForge Studio for SQL Server, dbForge SQL Complete, and dbForge SQL Tools, your go-to solutions for...

Get the New Update of SQL Tools With Support for SSMS 19

Following the recent release of dbForge SQL Complete, we have rolled out a similar update for the entire SQL Tools bundle. Now every add-in...

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...

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. Prerequisites To automate and schedule schema changes, we...

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...

How To Export SQL Server Data From Table To a CSV File

In this article, we are going to export a table from SQL Server to a .csv file using four different tools. Besides, you will...

SQL Delete Statement: Remove One or Multiple Rows From a Table

The article is dedicated to the SQL Server DELETE statement. Here you will find detailed information about how to use the query in order...