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How To #10 – Change the query behind “Edit Top 200 Rows”

SSMS is a great tool even with its default settings. However, it can be even greater if we are aware of some tweaks we can do to it. This is the second post of a longer series with tips related to SQL Server Management Studio.  Our intention is to gather the most important settings we can perform Read More

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How To #9 – View queries side by side with horizontal and vertical tabs

SSMS is a great tool even with its default settings. However, it can be even greater if we are aware of some tweaks we can do to it. This is the second post of a longer series with tips related to SQL Server Management Studio.  Our intention is to gather the most important settings we can perform Read More

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How To #8 – Enable word wrap and line numbers

SSMS is a great tool even with its default settings. However, it can be even greater if we are aware of some tweaks we can do to it. This is the first post of a longer series with tips related to SQL Server Management Studio.  Our intention is to gather the most important settings we can Read More

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How To #3 – Get a list of current backup/restore processes

Getting a list of current backup and restore processes running on your system comes in handy when a lot of people are working on the same environment (and work can overlap) or when you have many automatic backup tasks and want to see which ones are currently running and the time to completion. Don’t be Read More