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IDE for Sql Server

Alana Sparx
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Joined: Feb 14, 2006
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Any recommendations?

Query Analyser I have found to be a primitive piece of rubbish.

I've tried Squirrel-Sql, and although it supports nifty functions (like code complete, returning metadata and rowcounts) it has the annoying habit of endlessly writing to its heapdump logfile until I kill the process if it encounters errors / sql statements that generate large result sets. These errors can be as simple as the connection to the DB no longer existing. Latterly I tried an outer join on two table with 1 million+ rows apiece. THis should be manageable, yes?

Help!
Paul Sturrock
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Joined: Apr 14, 2004
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SQuirrel SQL doesn't give me this problem. Could you not just set the log level to fatal and the problem would go away?

That aside, I can't think of an editor that wouldn't struggle if you are trying to return records sets containing millions of results.


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