Monthly Archives: April 2013

Mitch’s Quick Tips – #4 SQL 2012 IntelliSense’s Surround With…

In my second quick tip, I wrote about SQL 2012 IntelliSense Code Snippets in the intelliSense menu. In case you didn’t notice in the drop down for the Code Snippets, there was another option for ‘Surround with…’ just below it. What is this you might ask? … Continue reading

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Mitch’s Quick Tips – #3 SQL 2012 IntelliSense Custom Code Snippets

In my last quick tip, I wrote about SQL 2012 Code Snippets in the intelliSense menu and how easy they are to use. What I didn’t mention is that you also have the ability to create custom code snippets. Why would you want to do … Continue reading

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Mitch’s Quick Tips – #2 SQL 2012 IntelliSense Code Snippets

How often do you forget the syntax for simple things like creating roles, logins or triggers. You might not have to create them very often, so simple tasks like these might occasionally get truncated from your brain memory. Well, SQL … Continue reading

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