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SSMS Tools Pack 4.9.6 is out with new features in SQL History, Connection Coloring and SQL History, bug fixes and stability improvements.
2018-10-02 00:00:00

SQL Editor Plus
New: Drop Database warning added to the Data Destruction Protector.
Improved: Expand SELECT * now supports expansions for linked servers and full synonym support.

SQL History
New: Preserve window pinned status when saving a tab session.

Connection Coloring
New: One off connection color can be set for quick window differentiation. Not preserved after closing the query window. Set it through the color strip context menu.

Run script on multiple targets
Improved: Better progress reporting by adding a database name in the log output before it starts execution on that database.

SSMS Tools Pack 4.9 is out with new features (Sort Tabs, Find Tab, Warn on Possible Open Transaction), a few bug fixes, stability and speed improvements.
2018-06-13 00:00:00

SQL Editor Plus
New: Find Tab based on caption text. Search captions with a convenient filter-as-you-type search window.
New: Sort Tabs based on server name, database name and caption text.
New: "Possible Open Transaction" warning added to the Data Destruction Protector.

SSMS Tools Pack 4.7 is out with new features (Expand SELECT * to proper columns, Find Item in Object Explorer) and a few bug fixes.
2018-03-28 00:00:00

SQL Editor Plus
New: Expand SELECT * to show columns from the tables, views, UDFs, CTEs, etc used in your query.
New: Quickly find an object in Object Explorer by pressing F12. It works for tables, views, stored procedures and UDF's.
Improved: Run Statement at Cursor adds the option to run statement from start up to the cursor position.

Search Databases, Tables, Views Data
Search results are now displayed in the query window connected to the same database as they were run on.
A bug was fixed where it didn't show correct number of found values
if the searched value was in more than one column in same row.

Export to Excel
Numbers longer than 15 digits are now treated as text, because Excel auto-truncates them.

Run Custom Scripts
Custom scripts can now be marked as External and will be run in the Command Line.

Manage License Activations
You can now check your license details and number of activated machines by yourself.


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