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SSMS Scripter 2.5 Released

The Scripter is now covered by the GNU General Public License.  The 2.5 release boasts improved integration with SSMS, and a few other miscellaneous enhancements:

  • Carriage return issue fixed. The Scripter replaces standalone line feed characters with Carriage Return-Line Feed combinations.
  • Scripter now uses the authentication used to connect to the database in SSMS, and doesn’t assume Windows Authentication.
  • I added a message to the splash screen saying that it may take a while to initialize for a database with a large number of objects.
  • Branches are only loaded into the TreeView when they are needed (when a branch is expanded by the user, or an object is defaulted when you first start the Scripter up), which makes for a quicker load time for the utility.
  • Starting the scripter from the Database level now selects all objects in the tree.

Complete source code and the updated installer can be found at https://markegilbert.wordpress.com/ssms-scripter/.

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January 2, 2007 - Posted by | SQL Server, Tools and Toys

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