what’s new sql complete

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 the new features and fixing the faults in the existing ones to make your everyday working experience better. dbForge SQL Complete is a perfect solution for those database developers who treasure their time. With this add-in, you might actually feel that the application reads your mind and predicts your next step, taking away the painstaking work. The award-winning SQL Complete is available for Visual Studio and SSMS.


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. The update is packed with improvements and the major one is the support for the ADD SENSITIVITY CLASSIFICATION command introduced in SQL Server 2019.


Integrate SQL Complete into Visual Studio 2019!

Please welcome a new version of dbForge SQL Complete 6.1 with support for Visual Studio 2019, new command line interface and tunable Summary Panel. (more…)

Keep going to improve productivity with dbForge SQL Complete

The Devart team brings together the interests of its clients and best usability practices in a new version of SQL Complete 6.0.  Read on to find out what useful features we have prepared for you in the new release. (more…)

Possibility to connect to Azure Multi-Factor Authentication completed!

The new release of SQL Complete 5.9 brings simplicity to your SQL coding and provides an additional security approach to safeguard access to your data. Let’s take a closer look at what this release delivers. (more…)

What’s New in dbForge SQL Complete v5.8

dbForge SQL Complete for SQL Server receives improvements on an ongoing basis. To stay up to date with the most recent developments, this article provides you with information about: (more…)

SQL Complete Enhanced Functionality

While working on the new version of SQL Complete, we focused on adding the most needed features discussed on Devart’s uservoice site – devart.uservoice.com. Here, users leave their feedbacks regarding any of the Devart’s products as well as vote for new features to be added. Thus, we do our best to address user needs for most desirable functionality. This is an early preview of the upcoming functionality that will be available in SQL Complete v5.0!

In this article, we will discuss newly added features that will speed up and simplify SQL code writing. (more…)

SQL Complete is ready for SQL Server 2012 now!

Devart Team is glad to announce the new release of SQL Complete v3.5. It includes support of all versions and editions of SQL Server, column picker, extended T-SQL syntax support and many other features.

SQL Complete 3.5

In the new version, we’ve made a huge effort to improve usability of our Intellisense and paid a lot of attention to the application quality in general. Together with the new features, meet new look of the suggestion list and new level of the usability of our application! (more…)

SQL Complete extends its functionality

Devart Team is glad to announce the new release of SQL Complete v3.1. The new version includes some improvements in both Standard and free Express editions to make your work easier, more effective and convenient.

SQL Complete SSMS add-in

SQL Complete SSMS add-in


New version of add-in that can replace native Intellisense for SSMS is available!

When working on the new version of SQL Complete, we were focused on the idea of providing the most needed functionality to our users. Such course has already become the strategy of our product development. Our intention is not just to pack the product with features, but to give our users a tool that can make their work more effective. The result of this course was implementing more than a dozen of features and adding integration of SQL Complete with Visual Studio. We hope the integration will be useful for a wide range of prospective users. (more…)