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SQL Enlight v1.4
What’s new in Ubitsoft SQL Enlight v1.4
Encapsulate selected SQL code as a new stored procedure,scalar function or inline table-valued function.
New rules for handling comments placement are included.
The rules controls comma list breaks in SELECT,ORDER BY and GROUP BY column lists, and in expressions.
Improvements in v1.4
SQL Enlight 1.3
Enhancements in Ubitsoft SQL Enlight v1.3
Scan Transact-SQL code for design and performance problems, deprecated syntax and get best practices recommendations using 22 code analysis rules.
Use SQL Enlight Error List to view and locate all syntax errors and analysis rule violations.
SQL Enlight 1.2
New features in Ubitsoft SQL Enlight v1.2
Using the Script Summary you can view a short hierarchically summary of all batches and statements in the current T-SQL script.
Using the Validate SQL command you can identify syntax errors in a T-SQL script without SQL Server connection.
This new layout rule modifies the placement of the join clause in the SELECT statements.
This layout rule can specify if to replace the tab sized white space with tabs or spaces.