dbForge SQL Complete 2.0 will bring SQL Server database developers and DBAs around
the world new speed in writing SQL statements to increase efficiency and code quality.
Close collaboration with SQL Server database developers and DBAs resulted in the
following new features:
Working with large scripts
dbForge SQL Complete 2.0 provides sql code completion and formatting in scripts
of any size. The first version supported the script size up to 150 000 symbols.
Expanding a list of columns
Users can replace the * asterisk symbol with the list of columns from the required
table or view on pressing the Tab key.
Suggesting methods for columns and variables
dbForge SQL Complete suggests methods for columns and variables of varchar(max),
nvarchar(max), varbinary(max), and xml data types.
Extended support for statements
dbForge SQL Complete fully supports such statements as CREATE (for table, view,
procedure, and function), EXEC, PRINT, and TRUNCATE TABLE. When TRUNCATE TABLE statement
is used in a query, the tool suggests a list of databases, schemas, and tables.
Suggesting conditions for JOIN statements
dbForge SQL Complete can suggest a full statement based on foreign keys, or it can
prompt conditions based on column names.
Automatic alias generation
The tool can generate an alias for each table object (table, view, stored procedure,
function, synonym) in the FROM list of SQL document automatically.
Inserting column names with prefixes
dbForge SQL Complete can insert column names with the name of table, schema, and
database it belongs to.
Sorting keywords by relevance
Keywords are sorted by relevance in the suggestion list.
Expanded support for Transact-SQL statements
SQL Complete supports: DECLARE statements for local variables, cursor variables,
and table definitions; cursors (declared with the help of DECLARE CURSOR statements)
in OPEN, CLOSE, DEALLOCATE statements; context for such control-of-flow and T-SQL
statements as BEGIN...END, GOTO, IF...ELSE, RETURN, BREAK, CONTINUE, WHILE, WAITFOR,
TRY...CATCH, CASE, RAISERROR.
Suggesting collations, data types, XML schema collections, and languages
dbForge SQL Complete can suggest collations, XML schema collections, languages and
data types when writing SQL statements. For example, when creating columns in a
table, dbForge SQL Complete will suggest possible data types for it, including user-defined
dbForge SQL Complete now comes in two editions to better cater for the needs of
SQL database developers and DBAs. They can select a free Express edition
to get free intellisense, or the Standard edition, which is available for
a price of $49.95, to have surpassing sql code completion and formatting.
We are looking forward to your comments and suggestions.