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  1. More SSMS keyboard shortcuts for execution

    OK, pie-in-the-sky here, but...

    When working in a query window in SSMS, primarily a "working development" window with several statements strewn about in various stages of testing/experimentation, it can be a pain (minor, but a pain nonetheless) to have to highlight the desired SQL before hitting F5.

    I propose (here we go) 2 SQL execution shortcuts:

    1) Execute from the cursor up and down all "connected" text. "Connected" meaning no all-white-space lines separating.
    2) Execute ONLY the entire line the cursor is on.

    For example, suppose the query window contained:

    SELECT TOP 1 * FROM MyTable

    SELECT <field list> FROM…

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    <=-=May 29 2007 9:08AM=-=>

    Hi Davidwv,

    Thank you suggesting the new shortcut. Currently we are revising all shortcut features and we will consider the selective execution with cursor location as a part of the feature for a future release of SQL Server.

    Regards,
    Eric

    <=-=Aug 5 2009 4:29AM=-=>

    This feature is in TOAD and a great feature it is too. Really hoping to see this arrive in SSMS.

    <=-=Nov 11 2010 1:04PM=-=>

    PL/SQL Developer has that feature too. I trust MS that we can welcome that feature in Denali!

    <=-=Jan 31 2013 5:37PM=-=>

    Hi!, thanks for writing in to Microsoft.

    We recently took a look at this feature request again and triaged it against several others and unfortunately, it did not meet the bar to be fixed. While we are closing this request as ’won’t fix’, we have taken note of this internally and we will…

  2. Changing the Green Animated Gif

    This is a rather simple, very low impact suggestion, but it would be nice to be able to replace the green animated gif that is shown when you generate a report, with your own gif of the same size.

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  3. Please add the XOR Logical Operator to Transact-SQL

    Please add the XOR Logical Operator to Transact-SQL. This operator means one or the other but not both.

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    <=-=May 30 2007 4:38PM=-=>

    Hi Greg,
    SQL Server currently supports XOR logic using “^” operator. This operator can take two expressions and returns true if one (and only one) of the expression is true. If you are looking for something more than this, please let us know. We appreciate your feedback here.

    thanks
    — srini acharya
    Program Manager, Relational Engine

    <=-=Jun 5 2007 1:28PM=-=>

    Srini,

    The “^” is a bitwise operator NOT the logical operator that I’m requesting. I want to be able to write a query like the one below. Obviously this query currently gives a syntax error. I would recommend using the key word XOR instead of a “^” symbol.

    SELECT KeyOrder, OrderDate
    FROM tblOrder
    WHERE (OrderStatus = ‘Complete’) ^ (DeliveryType = ‘UPS’);

    <=-=Aug 12 2008 7:28AM=-=>

    another gaping hole in the language….

    <=-=Jan 18 2013 4:42PM=-=>

    Hello,
    I am closing this feedback item.…

  4. Deprecate TIMESTAMP (the keyword, not ROWVERSION itself)

    If we can't deprecate this synonym for ROWVERSION, then we need to get better at telling the story that this data type does not store any date or time information. I am constantly coming across users who do this:

    CREATE TABLE dbo.foo
    (
    bar INT,
    [timestamp] TIMESTAMP
    );

    And then expect to do:

    INSERT dbo.foo SELECT 1, GETDATE();

    This unfortunately named synonym needs to be phased out, because users are not getting any smarter about it.

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    <=-=Dec 13 2007 4:39PM=-=>

    Dear Aaron

    Thanks for your feedback. We agree that the original naming of this type was unfortunate (and we can blame our predecessors ;-)). Especially since the name is used in the SQL standard for date/time datatypes.

    We are going to look into how we can address this issue in a backwards-compatible way in the upcoming releases.

    Please keep the votes coming.

    Thanks
    Michael

    <=-=Aug 14 2014 3:56PM=-=>

    Wow 2007. That’s a lot of looking.

    <=-=May 19 2016 8:41AM=-=>

    This is really confusing when the documentation says timestamp is deprecated, yet when you generate the DDL Script it still uses timestamp

    <=-=Jun 28 2016 7:57AM=-=>

    The 2016 documentation still says that timestamp will be removed in a later version of SQL Server. So, instead of “timestamp” being the preferred name at least change “rowversion” to be the preferred name. Thus the SQL Server would…

  5. Mark database objects as "global" across SQL Server instance

    We need means of marking database objects as "global" across the SQL Server instance. Similar to designating the "sp_" prefix, Best Buy would like to mark a UDF or stored procedure as globally executable and local to each user database - without making multiple copies of the same object.

    This was done (although not supported) in 2000 with undocumented system stored procedures and using sp_ prefix.

    Best Buy creates a number of maintenance stored procedures and functions, which are used by DBAs to manage user databases. Instead of duplicating code in each database we are creating them in master database…

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    <=-=Dec 10 2007 11:25AM=-=>

    Hi,
    Thanks for your feedback on this. We are looking into this feature request for enabling global procedures. We will investigate this further and if appropriate, take it up in a future release. Please feel free to contact us with any comments/suggestions.

    <=-=Dec 10 2007 11:25AM=-=>

    Hi,
    Thanks for your feedback on this. We are looking into this feature request for enabling global procedures. We will investigate this further and if appropriate, take it up in a future release. Please feel free to contact us with any comments/suggestions.

    <=-=Mar 23 2011 12:54PM=-=>

    Hello,
    I have resolved your request as duplicate of one below:

    http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/310064


    Umachandar, SQL Programmability Team

  6. SSMS, neue SQL Scripts per solution Explorer anlegen

    Im Solution Explorer kann man per rechte Maustaste ein neues Script erzeugen, dass auch gleich ge�ffnet wird, z. B. SQLQuery3.sql . Wird das Script umbenannt, so wird der Dateiname im Tabreiter des SQL-Scriptes nicht aktualisiert.

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  7. Need VIEW DEFINITION permissions per database

    A common question on the newsgroups is "What do I need to do so that users in Mgmt
    Studio only see the databases they have access to?". Surely, they are accustomed to
    this from SQL 2000, where EM would behave this way. Alas, there were issues with
    how EM implemented this. It went and checked every database, and this could be
    costly, particularly if there were many databases on auto-close.

    What is possible in SQL 2005, is to revoke or deny the permission VIEW ANY DATABASE.
    However, this is too far-reaching, because now users can only see the system databases …

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    <=-=Apr 6 2008 6:30PM=-=>

    Hi Erland,

    Thank you for your suggestion. We will investigate a solution for a future version of SQL Server (post 2008).

    Il-Sung Lee.

    <=-=Jun 11 2010 12:51PM=-=>

    Surely a change could also be made to SSMS as well? When it parses master.sys.databases it could conceivably filter those results. Whilst not a foolproof method, at least it would work as a quick temporary solution (considering this was posted 3 yrs ago).

    <=-=Sep 23 2010 4:12PM=-=>

    The problem with changing SSMS is that it doesn’t strictly fix the issue as anyone who is determined to discover the other databases would just directly query the server metadata. As such, I think we need to investigate a solution this for all cases, not just SSMS.

    Il-Sung.

    <=-=Aug 3 2011 7:12AM=-=>

    Has there been any new development for this suggestion? As an organization, we’d like to see this…

  8. HASHBYTES function should support large data types

    The hashbytes function (http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174415.aspx) supports only up to 8kB of data (varbinary(8000 )). E.g. this does not work:
    print hashbytes('SHA1',replicate(cast(N'test' as nvarchar(max)), 16000))

    I want to use it to compare strings faster by using it with a table similar to the following:

    CREATE TABLE [dbo].[HashbytesTest](

    [ID] [bigint] IDENTITY(0,1) NOT NULL,
    
    [NVarCharMaxText] [nvarchar](max) NOT NULL,
    [TextSHA1Hash] AS (hashbytes(&#39;SHA1&#39;,[NVarCharMaxText])) PERSISTED,
    [TextDatalength] AS (datalength([NVarCharMaxText])) PERSISTED,

    CONSTRAINT [PK_HashbytesTest] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED
    ([ID] ASC))

    INSERT INTO [HashbytesTest] ([NVarCharMaxText]) VALUES (replicate(cast(N'Text' as nvarchar(max)), 5000))

    Fails with:
    Msg 8152, Level 16, State 10, Line 1
    String or binary data would be truncated.
    The statement has…

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    <=-=May 30 2007 4:34PM=-=>

    Hi,
    Thanks for your feedback. We are triaging all the possible enhancements to the future releases of SQL Server. We will look into the feasibility of supporting Large data types in Hashbytes function, in a future release of SQL Server. Thanks again for your suggestions. These will help us make SQL Server a better product.

    — srini
    Program Manager, Relational Engine

    <=-=May 6 2008 4:57PM=-=>

    Could someone please fix the documentation???

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174415.aspx

    Which currently states that the output is limited to 8000 bytes! This is wrong.

    <=-=Mar 27 2009 2:40PM=-=>

    None of the supported hash algorithms produces an output that exceeds varbinary(8000). So what’s wrong with the docs?

    <=-=Aug 11 2009 11:53AM=-=>

    Same error message with SQL Server 2008 R2 August CTP

    <=-=Jan 13 2014 9:01AM=-=>

    The same error almost 7 years later, in SQL 2012 (11.0.3393). Microsoft come on, fix it!

    <=-=Feb 19…
  9. Customizable Labels/Text Box in Paramater Area

    In the parameter area, there is no way we can display the Report Title, or any other report related instructions/text to the end user.

    Some times this additional text is neccessary on the UI to make the reports more friendly.

    Please provide customizable Labels/text boxes in Paramater Area, so when the user clicks on the report in report viewer, and the parameters are displayed we can also display report title or additonal labels. This way we can get to see the report title before the user clicks "View Reports".

    Also please look into making the label Query Driven or customizable…

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  10. Customizable Parameter Prompt Value in SSRS

    Currently, there is no way in SSRS to customize the pompt value for the parameter. This means, at the design time, the developer has to type the prompt value for the parameter. Currently this is not data driven, nor it can be changed thru a .NET assembly code.

    This is a problem where a single report has to be accessed by users who speak multiple languages, for them the prompt value has to be translated and also adjusted to the user culture.

    examples for Prompt values are "Select Country", "Select Users", "Select Model"

    The drop down values associated to the…

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    <=-=May 3 2007 4:26PM=-=>

    Thank you for requesting this feature. We will consider this in the next release of Reporting Services.

    <=-=May 4 2007 9:57AM=-=>

    Thank you for requesting this feature. We will consider this in the next release of Reporting Services.

    <=-=Nov 1 2007 7:45AM=-=>

    This is incredibly important for localizing report parameter prompts. Right now we can localize everything except report parameter prompts. This means we’re having to write our own code to do all the parameters. Which means we’re starting to look seriously at other tools that have a better API.

    <=-=Nov 29 2012 7:20AM=-=>

    This keeps SSRS from being used as a platform for an application. Equally important is the ability to parameterize the fields for a dataset. I can write code for the query but then have to specify what fields are being pulled – boo!

    <=-=Apr 10 2013 8:04AM=-=>

    SQL Server…

  11. Profiler : provide color customization for output

    If you have anything that strays from the default windows theme, you can find some of the output in Profiler difficult to read. Here is my example:

    http://www.aaronbertrand.com/i/profiler_colors.gif

    Notice that I can specify fonts but I can not specify colors. The = signs in particular are very hard to read. Currently to make use of this output I need to copy and paste this output into a query window (in addition to being able to read it, it is also correctly syntax highlighted).

    The alternative is to change my theme and in turn go back and re-configure all of the…

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    <=-=Jun 5 2007 1:22PM=-=>

    Hi Aaron,
    Thank you for your feedback regarding colorization of the T-SQL displayed within the Profiler text message. We already have this issue on file, but the odds of making it in for Katmai are slim.
    Thank you,
    Bill Ramos

    <=-=Jun 5 2007 1:23PM=-=>

    P.S. This is being tracked already by (http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=140063)
    Bill

  12. Make RS Log Files standardized and viewable in SSMS

    I like the way that SSMS makes log file available to the user, especailly where you can view multiple log files at once to see all events logged. However, missing is the RS log files. you have to search high and wide to find them. Once you do. they are very difficult to read in their native format.

    Why not make them comply with the format used by other log files and also make them avaiable in SSMS Log section

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  13. Add a server property to specify data retention period for data stored in Analysis Service query log

    We are using SQL Server database to store Analysis Service query log data. Comparing to Analysis Service 2000, Analysis Service 2005 seem to log a lot more information to the query log, resulting in rapidly growing query log database for busy applications. We have a requirement to log every query on production servers. After just a few weeks into production, the query log database has grown to over 4G in size. What's the best way to deal with large amount of query log data? Apart from developing our own customized data purging mechanism, it will be very helpful to have…

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  14. ROLAP should utilize MOLAP indexes on other dimensions

    Build a simple cube with one measure group called MyFact which is MOLAP. That measure group should have a date dimension called Date which is MOLAP. It should also have a huge dimension called Huge which is ROLAP.

    Now run the following queries (clearing the cache in between each):

    select [Measures].[My Measure] on 0,
    Exists(
    [Huge].[Key Attribute].[Key Attribute].Members
    ,[Date].[Date].&[20070401]
    ,"MyFact"
    ) on 1
    from MyCube

    select [Measures].[My Measure] on 0,
    NON EMPTY [Huge].[Key Attribute].[Key Attribute].Members
    from MyCube
    where [Date].[Date].&[20070401]

    Note that in both cases, the first SQL query it fires off is basically a select * from the huge dimension…

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  15. Attach with NoRecovery

    For VLDB and Highly Available users with SAN copy infrastructure, the ability to attach a database with NORECOVERY to use as a log shipping target would be a big benefit. This would leverage the SAN copy with the SQL attach capability to quickly initialize log shipping partners.

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    <=-=Apr 18 2007 9:54AM=-=>

    Thank you for your suggestion.
    This is functionality which we are actively investigating, but cannot commit to at this point.
    I will keep you informed as the situation develops.

    <=-=May 14 2007 10:18AM=-=>

    This suggestion is being closed as a duplicate of another suggestion for the same functionality. Rest assured that the idea is not rejected, we’re just consolidating the work items in our database to make tracking more manageable.

    <=-=May 14 2007 10:19AM=-=>

    Closing as duplicate as previously discussed

    <=-=May 14 2007 10:20AM=-=>

    Item being closed as previously discussed.

    <=-=Jun 14 2007 10:06AM=-=>

    What is the duplicate suggestion this was consolidated into? I want to add that to my watch list.

    <=-=Feb 4 2009 8:16AM=-=>

    Typically the SAN vendors utilize the VDI API layer to coordinate these external backups with SQL Server (BACKUP DB WITH SNAPSHOT…). This creates a header (.bak)…

  16. BACKUP Encryption

    We all know that we can open up a BAK or TRN file using any text editor and see something readable. Anybody who can grab a hold of the backup files can simply restore it to any SQL Server instance and see the data inside the backup file.

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    <=-=Sep 4 2007 11:40PM=-=>

    This is a very valid point. Might be a challange to read a terabyte backup with notepad. Securing backups, which tend to hang out on disk drives these days and not carried away tape drives anymore, is a very valid request.

    <=-=Nov 15 2007 1:03AM=-=>

    HI cpdaniel,

    thanks for reporting this issue. We will investigate and update this space accordingly.

    Regards
    Vinod

    <=-=Nov 15 2007 1:05AM=-=>

    HI bass_player ,

    ignore previous note. Thanks for reporting this issue. It is valid security issue you are suggesting and we will consider this for our future release.

    Regards
    Vinod

    <=-=Dec 18 2007 1:27PM=-=>

    This is functionality that we are planning to implement, however it will not make it into the SQL 2008 release. Your Connect entry and the other votes for it will help make sure that it is ranked appropriately in planning the next release. Thank…

  17. Usage Reporting in Reporting Services

    To be able to track report usage, size, and execution times, it would be nice to have some built in, supported reports.

    Samples of this are available here: http://www.codeplex.com/MSFTRSProdSamples/Wiki/View.aspx?title=SS2005!Server%20Management%20Sample%20Reports&referringTitle=Home.

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  18. Add Global variables to SSRS for Browser DateTime and TimeZone

    Having the client browser culture setting available in SSRS is a great feature. It would also be very valuable to have the local time and timezone information from the client's browser available as global variables as well.

    Other web based applications can pick up on this information, and use it to good effect. not having the capability in Reporting Services hampers the ability to produce reports for an international audience when time zone considerations have to be worked into the report.

    I can think of more but the example that unveiled this need is a call center report. The global…

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  19. SQLXML4: The definition of "child" attribute should be optional in sql:relationship annotation

    In sql:relationship annotation, the definition of "child" attribute should be optional (like the "parent") for that case the child node contains sql:relation definition. At the following example both the parent and the child element has mapping information to sql tables. The child element has reference to the named relationship. The relationship does not need to contain "child" table mapping information.

    <xsd:annotation>
    <xsd:appinfo>

    &lt;sql:relationship name=&quot;CustOrders&quot;
    
    parent-key=&quot;CustomerID&quot;
    child-key=&quot;CustomerID&quot; /&gt;

    </xsd:appinfo>
    </xsd:annotation>

    <xsd:element name="Customer" sql:relation="Sales.Customer">
    <xsd:complexType>

    &lt;xsd:sequence&gt;
    
    &lt;xsd:element name=&quot;Order&quot;
    sql:relation=&quot;Sales.SalesOrderHeader&quot;
    sql:relationship=&quot;CustOrders&quot; &gt;
    &lt;xsd:complexType&gt;
    &lt;xsd:attribute name=&quot;SalesOrderID&quot; type=&quot;xsd:integer&quot; /&gt;
    &lt;xsd:attribute name=&quot;CustomerID&quot; type=&quot;xsd:string&quot; /&gt;
    &lt;/xsd:complexType&gt;
    &lt;/xsd:element&gt;
    &lt;/xsd:sequence&gt;
    &lt;xsd:attribute name=&quot;CustomerID&quot; type=&quot;xsd:string&quot; /&gt;

    </xsd:complexType>
    </xsd:element>

    By letting the…

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  20. SQLXML4: annotation for include the xml element name to SQL tables at bulk load

    An sql:element-name-field annotation item should be initiated so that to store the original xml element name to a proper column of an SQL Server table. This functionality is similar to the task of sql:overflow-field field, but the overflow-field contains data only when there is data cannot be inserted to any column. The sql:element-name-field should declare a column which always contains the name of the xml element inserted. The usage could be:
    <xs:element name="Note-Suggestion" sql:relation="XBL_Notes" sql:element-name-field="XmlElementName">
    <xs:complexType>

    &lt;!-- ... --&gt;
    

    </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Note-Demand" sql:relation="XBL_Notes" sql:element-name-field="ClassName">
    <xs:complexType>

    &lt;!-- ... --&gt;
    

    </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    <xs:element name="Note-Clause" sql:relation="XBL_Notes" sql:element-name-field="ClassName">
    <xs:complexType>

    &lt;!-- ... --&gt;
    

    </xs:complexType> …

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