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dbForge SQL Complete v4.6


Devart has released its new version of dbForge SQL Complete 4.6, an add-in for Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio and Microsoft Visual Studio.

The company is a vendor of database connectivity solutions for the Microsoft .NET and the Embarcadero Delphi development platforms. The new release features a SQL code formatter that offers autocompletion and formatting of T-SQL code.

The new version of dbForge SQL Complete supports integration into the latest Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 2014. The product release also includes minor fixes, made on the basis of the constant feedback from customer/users, says the company.

The add-in replaces the standard Microsoft T-SQL IntelliSense with the ultimate tools for T-SQL code autocompletion and formatting.

dbForge SQL Complete has two editions — Express and Standard. Both free and paid editions of the SQL code formatter offer interesting levels of functionality. The Express Edition is available for download and evaluation.


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