SQL Prompt 5.1 Delivers IntelliSense-like Features, But Better

Most Microsoft SQL Server developers are familiar with the features of IntelliSense, but may not be aware of Red Gate’s SQL Prompt 5.1. SQL Prompt takes the functionality of IntelliSense and makes it better, and even provides support for SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2000 databases.

As a frequent IntelliSense user put it, SQL Prompt just feels like a "faster, crisper tool" that can actually keep up with with a hardcore coder. Additionally, its code-completion functionality and support for snippers make it a must-have tool, especially when you throw in its new Format SQL feature, which reformats an entire query in SSMS using your own formatting rules and options.

Most Microsoft SQL Server developers are familiar with the features of IntelliSense, but may not be aware of Red Gate’s SQL Prompt 5.1. SQL Prompt takes the functionality of IntelliSense and makes it better, and even provides support for SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2000 databases.

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