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  • Blog Post: Deleting Old server names from "Connect to Server" dialog in SSMS

    In an earlier Denali CTP, we had introduced a mechanism for customers to delete the un-used/not required server names from the drop down in connection box in SSMS. There has been a big customer ask for helping them remove the redundant server names from the MRU list. Here is a blog post from Devesh Nagpal...
  • Blog Post: Enhanced Keyboard Shortcuts in SSMS in Denali

    In SQL Server Code Named “Denali” CTP3, we introduced some enhancements in the way we handled keyboard shortcuts in SSMS. My colleague Prachi Bora, a PM in the SQL Server Manageability team, has a crisp blog write-up on what’s new and what makes this cool. -- SSMS veterans out...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Code-Named “Denali” - T-SQL Debugger Enhancements in CTP1

    The debugger feature in SQL Server Management Studio gives us tools to debug T-SQL scripts, stored procedures, functions and triggers. In this article, I am going to discuss some of the newly added functionalities in T-SQL debugger in SQL 11 CTP1. These enhancements are mainly aimed at bridging the gap...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Code-Named “Denali”–Getting Started with Availability Groups and Keyboard Customization

    Bill Ramos Principal Program Manager, SQL Server Manageability If you missed SQL PASS or you didn’t get your copy of SQL Server code named “Denali”, you’re in luck. You can now download it from: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=6a04f16f-f6be-4f92-9c92-f7e5677d91f9 For the full...
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