Please add Database Diagrams back in SQL SERVER Management Studio
This was completed in SSMS 18.1.
Caveat: there is still a known issue where diagrams created from SSMS on machine A opened with SSMS running on machine B would cause SSMS to crash.
This has been reported already and it is being investigated (it is just not as simple as I would like to be).
Maurice Pelchat commented
I just tried SSMS 18.3.1. It opens diagrams created from SSMS 17.9.1, open new diagrams created under SSMS 18.3.1. It doesn't open those created under SSMS 18.2 version. For me, this is not much an issue, since I could not make much database diagrams with version 18, so there is almost no work to recover from this.
Jon F commented
Thanks for bringing this back, Matteo!!!
Juan Carlos commented
Esta posibilidad de ver de otro angulo una base de datos descontractura el cerebro!
Guy Twena commented
Great to have the Diagrams back.. now I can upgrade SSMS
ALOY Pascal commented
Could you add sort and filter on the grid result in SSMS ?
Please bring back database diagram support in SSMS 18.1. One of the reasons Microsoft database is popular its easy to modify data structure.
Microsoft, please bring back debugging in SSMS 18.1.
Paulo Planez commented
How about add into sql server a partitioning resource that would allow to create a partition by any column of the table?
I just installed back 17.9.1 for diagrams. Thank you for taking it back.
Surely someone can download the table config in one query so it doesn't take forever!
We are in the internet age now.. Azure SQL anyone??
As Nick B reports, diagrams created with V18.1 won't open the next time SSMS is opened. Trying to open a diagram closes SSMS to close silently.
Nick B commented
Glad it's back but any diagrams created with V18 will not open again once SSMS is closed. Older diagrams are good.
Please add back possibility to change names of each query tab.
Aan Dahliansyah commented
MICROSOFT, please don't EVER remove diagram support. It should be improved, not removed. I'm using SSMS since SQL 2000's era, and this is the best tool for updating table structure on-the-fly without having to create a temporary table. I'm not a database administrator, I'm an active developer. Creating and maintaining database structure is FAST using SSMS.
Thanks for bringing back this Feature.
MUSTAFA FADIL commented
Please ... I need diagram for SSMS 8.1 ?
I opened 18.1 a couple of days after creating a database diagram and when I try to open it 18.1 crashes, It sometime restarts but other times it doesnt. I can create a new diagram but as soon as I try to open the existing one SSMS crashes. Don't know where to go from here.
Oh thank god, that was like a primary feature, SSMS would be almost useless without it!
Thank goodness its back - this is a critical component, very helpful for reverse engineering vendors databases whilst diagnosing support issues.