The SQLCMD workbench

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 07 Jan 2008 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Robyn and Phil feel strongly that there are two striking features in SSMS that extends its usefulness dramatically. The first is the Template, and the second is the powerful functionality hidden by those strange words 'SQLCMD Mode'. Here they try to demonstrate how useful SQLCMD can be to anyone who is tasked with having to administer a database....

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