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    From Apr 24, 2019 (https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2019/04/24/sql-server-management-studio-ssms-18-0-released-for-general-availability/):
    Think of these two tools not as separate tools doing different things, but as one integrated tool. Each tool has different experiences built into it and can be launched from the other seamlessly.

    From Oct 20,2020 (https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2020/10/20/sql-server-management-studio-18-7-now-generally-available/):
    SQL Server Management Studio is a foundational tool for many working with Microsoft data solutions. First released in 2018, Azure Data Studio is a cross-platform and open source desktop environment for data professionals using the Azure Data family of on-premises and cloud data platform solutions. Architecturally, SQL Server Management Studio has long been combined with additional tools, including Profiler, Database Engine Tuning Advisor (DTA), and Database Mail. As Azure Data Studio continues to mature, the Microsoft data tools experience on Windows has become a combination of SSMS and Azure Data Studio. Beginning in the 18.7 release of SQL Server Management Studio, Azure Data Studio…

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    This is a requirement for us to enable MFA in AAD.

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    <=-=Aug 23 2007 11:00PM=-=>

    The last suggestion (regarding wrong join clauses) was also posted by me in Feedback ID 150032. You can close my suggestion as a duplicate of this one.

    Razvan

    <=-=Jan 30 2008 2:49PM=-=>

    Hello Erland

    Thanks for sending in this feedback and for clearly listing the conditions for which detection at compile time would enhance the development experience. We are tracking these as potential enhancements to T-SQL in a future SQL Server release.

    SQL Server Engine Team

    <=-=Feb 5 2008 1:44PM=-=>

    The option to disallow implicit conversions definitely gets my vote. I’d like to see a separate setting for that. Something like: ALTER DATABASE SET IMPLICT_CONVERSION OFF;

    <=-=Jun 14 2008 1:46PM=-=>

    I developed this idea in an article on my web site. In this article I go into more depth how this feature should work with reagards to missing tables. I have…

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    +1 for setting to disable implicit conversions.

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