Ulysses B Brown Jr

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    Ulysses B Brown Jr commented  · 

    I just wanted to add my comment just in case volume matters. First a question, if you have a SQL Instance with SSMS 18 but don't have an environment with Visual Studio installed, what are you to use to Debug T-SQL? You cannot debug T-SQL with Azure Data Studio or VS Code.

    As a T-SQL Developer, having the ability to debug a complex statement from withing SSMS was very-very useful. Most server instances I've had to connect to via RDP do not have a Dev IDE like VS installed. They only have SSMS available to use to step-through some T-SQL in order to try and resolve an issue that might be an issue that only surfaces under certain specific data scenarios. The debugger was critical for these situations. I just ran into a use case and discovered that SSMS 18.4 does not have the debugger.

    Why remove something so useful. I want it back in the product.

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    Ulysses B Brown Jr commented  · 

    Possible bug ??
    Using SSMS 18.2 on Windows 10 Pro. I have uncommented ssms.pkgundef line 460 and the Dark Theme option is still not available in the Color Theme drop down list. The attached file shows the environment specifics.

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