A productivity plugin for Sql Server Management Studio.

SqlSmash is a plugin for Sql Server Management Studio 2012. It is close to being finished, and is in beta right now. You can get access to the early builds here.
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Commonly Asked Questions
    • Which versions of SSMS are supported?
    • Currently, SqlSmash works on only with Sql Server Management Studio 2012. You should be able to use SSMS 2012 to connect to older versions of Sql Server (like 2008).
    • Will SqlSmash be free?
    • No, it would be a paid product once it hits version 1.0. Until then, it's free.
    • How long will it be in alpha/beta?
    • As long as it needs to be. Earning money soon would be nice, but I would like to do so with a quality product.
    • I have feedback for you (or I found bugs).
    • I would love to hear from you. You can email me at feedback@SqlSmash.com, and I promise I'll get back to you ASAP.
    • I don't like the way the Sql formatting works.
    • Formatting the Sql has been a really hard problem to solve and I am not sure if there is a solution that will please everybody. You can change some of the formatting behavior by changing the Options under Options->Formatting.
    • How do I get updates?
    • SqlSmash has auto-update functionality built in and can be configured under Options->Update. It is recommended to leave this enabled to automatically get bug fixes. You can also check the website for updated builds.
    • What are the current features?
      • Go To Object: Easily navigate to any of the tables, stored procedures, functions or triggers in any of your databases.
      • Format Sql: Apply your casing preferences to the keywords, variables and identifiers and indent the Sql.
      • Execute Current Query: Only execute the query that your cursor is placed at.
      • Search Objects: Search all your database objects for any text.
      • Summarize Script: Summarize complex scripts and navigate around easily.
      • Go To Definition: Show the definition of a Sql object in a single click.
      • Find All References: Find what other objects are referencing the Sql Object under your cursor.
      • Quick Info: Get a quick overview about the Sql Object under your cursor.
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