Creating T-SQL Query Shortcuts in SQL Server Management Studio(SSMS)

Introduction Using keyboard shortcuts, it saves time, isn't it?. SQL Server Management Studio is also not an exception !!!. We can add our own custom keyboard shortcuts, that too for T-SQL query. Really cool !!!! How many of you know about this feature???. Do not worry if you did not know this before. Now you... Continue Reading →

Efficient Way Of Copying Database In SQL Server

Introduction Sometimes when working in Database, we may need to create another working copy of the current database or production database to check our new logic which should not affect the existing objects such as tables, stored procedures or etc. Example, suppose we may need to check few things using the Production database, but applying... Continue Reading →

Retrieve Unsaved SQL Query Scripts

Introduction In this article, we will have a look how to retrieve the Unsaved SQL Query using T-SQL. Sometimes, we may close the Query Window or SSMS accidentally without saving. This may cause to loss the Queries which we where working. Retrieve Unsaved SQL Query using T-SQL Statement Apply the below T-SQL Statement in which... Continue Reading →

Customize Azure Data Studio with Dashboard Widgets

Introduction Azure Data Studio is a free multi-platform database tool with built-in support for both SQL Server on-premises and Azure SQL Databases. These databases can be accessed in Azure Data Studio for numerous tasks like query editing, data development, built-in charting of T-SQL queries, etc. Database developers or Database Administrators often have a need to... Continue Reading →

Cycle Clipboard Ring In SSMS – Reuse Copied Items

Introduction As a developer, the most used shortcut keys are CTRL+C and CTRL+V i.e., copy and paste. But CTRL+C and CTRL+V allows us to copy paste the last item. But what happens if we want to paste more than one item that we copy or cut without going back? Cycle Clipboard Ring Cycle Clipboard Ring... Continue Reading →

Set custom colors to differentiate between environments in SSMS

Introduction Generally we have to shift between different environments within SQL Server Management Studio, as Dev Environment, Staging, Production, resulting in the creation of multiple query tabs. With each query tab connected to different environments. This leads to unmanageable sometimes and difficult to keep track of each environment. To resolve this confusion, SSMS provides us... Continue Reading →

Recover unsaved SQL queries in SSMS

Introduction During our productive hours, sometimes due to SSMS crashes or sudden machine reboots due to a windows update, during this time there is a possibility to lose the unsaved works / Script files. There is an option to recover our unsaved SQL queries in SSMS. How to recover unsaved SQL Queries By enabling the... Continue Reading →

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