[From SQL Server Central
Programming, for a database developer, has always been a very different process to that of the procedural coder. Whereas, the world of the C# and VB programmer has been increasingly one of 'point and click' and 'Intellisense', the simpler query editors and IDEs of databases seem plain by comparison. Most experienced DBAs and Database developers will prefer it that way too. However, there has always been a demand for features and tools that in some way bridge the gap with the productivity tools available to the VB and C# programmer.
Some of the more obvious requirements come from Visual Studio and the third-party IDEs. These are...
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