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Preferred SQL Editor - Microsoft SQL / MS SQL Server

Hi, Thanks in advance for help extended. I am developing an application in C# for C#-database connectivity using Visual Studio .Net. Now Visual Studio .Net has inbuilt SQL editor using which we can create procedure, view, functions, tables, database diagram, create database(with limited options),etc. I have also worked for some time with SQL Query yzer which I believe provides much better functionalities (for testing out queries, colour coding, etc )as compared to functionalities provided by Visual Studio .Net. Can anyone of you let me know: In the case mentioned above, What is the preferred SQL Editor used in the industry ...

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    Default Preferred SQL Editor

    Hi,
    Thanks in advance for help extended.

    I am developing an application in C# for C#-database
    connectivity using Visual Studio .Net.
    Now Visual Studio .Net has inbuilt SQL editor using which
    we can create procedure, view, functions, tables, database
    diagram, create database(with limited options),etc.
    I have also worked for some time with SQL Query yzer
    which I believe provides much better functionalities (for
    testing out queries, colour coding, etc )as compared to
    functionalities provided by Visual Studio .Net.

    Can anyone of you let me know: In the case mentioned
    above, What is the preferred SQL Editor used in the
    industry ?
    Is it:
    1. Visual Studio .Net
    2. SQL Query yzer

    Regards,
    Amit
    Amit Guest

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    Default Re: Preferred SQL Editor

    There is no such think as an industry standard, but I prefer using Query
    yzer, since you can execute and test your code immediately and also look
    at query execution plans etc.
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    Default Re: Preferred SQL Editor

    Hi SriSamp,
    I also think the same. Query yzer can display
    execution plan, client statistics and has other good
    features to use which are not there in VS .Net.

    Thanks for your reply.
    Amit
     
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