Today is the first day when we turned SQLTreeo into a commercial product and your emails continue to flood into our mailbox, with the overall message that you don’t like price. We are listening and we want to respond. SQLTreeo is not an entirely business-driven project and we are able to change the price, and we have. Check our website for the new one. Thanks for all your feedback and we hope you will like the new pricing.Tags: download, SQLTreeo, SSMS, SSMS Add-In
New version of SQLTreeo SSMS Add-In was released. We fixed few bugs and include also one major change – SQL Server 2012 support. SQLTreeo Add-In also became commercial product which will help us to give more attention to further development and support. We are now working on local storage support which was desperately demanded by almost everybody who used SQLTreeo in the past. However we will still support current way of storage using extended properties. You can download new version here.Tags: Add-In, databases, development, folders, grouping, SQL, SQL Server, SSMS, SSMS Add-In, treeo
I would like to inform you that I transferred all activities around SQLTreeo SSMS Add-In to couple of persons who will be running web site and add-in further. This step was inevitable as I have no chance to cultivate it in the future.
There are few improvements I highlighted and they should be addressed after handover:
- Change storage of folder structure from extended properties to local file.
- Add SQL Server Management Studio 2012 Support
- Add ability to organize SQL Server Agent Jobs and Diagrams in folders
- Fix some bugs
I hope that there will be more, it will be driven mainly by power of your demand. Contact and other important information are on the www.sqltreeo.com.Tags: SQL Server, SQL Server Management Studio, SSMS, SSMS Add-In, treeo
I was using various “quick find” SSMS add-ins which give you ability to get your tables, stored procedures, functions and other objects quicker than by using standard SSMS features. Few of them were very well usable but all of them are built to support also complex searching including schema, source code occurence, object type etc. etc. This is basically good feature but if you’re inside furious T-SQL coding you just want to jump accross objects with quickest way possible – every filter criteria or detail you must take care of is slowing you down.
This is the ideal situation for me:
1) press e.g. CTRL+T to bring tiny search window
3) enter part of object’s name
4) choose object and press ENTER to bring ALTER script or open window where this object is already opened
I prepared prototype of add-in which perfectly fulfills my requirements, sample screenshot is here:
Here is also short video showing some more use cases.
Feel free to comment.Tags: Add-In, filter criteria, quick find, search, search window, SQL, SSMS, SSMS Add-In, Stored procedure, t-sql