Microsoft recently updated its All-In-One Script Framework, which features SQL Server (and other) scripts designed to address common problems reported by users in forums, support incidents and online communities.
Though primarily targeted at IT pros, the scripts are helpful for developers, too, as pointed out recently by Jialiang Ge, who works at a sister project called the All-In-One Code Framework. "Considering that many developers are writing T-SQL scripts too, we hope that the scripts could be useful to you," he wrote in a MSDN blog post.
He wrote about seven new scripts added to the All-In-One-Script Framework, including:
Meanwhile, back at the All-In-One Code Framework, targeted specifically at developers, code samples are available via a standalone sample installer or as a Visual Studio extension.
Some sample scripts of interest to data developers include:
So take a look at the one-stop shops for code samples and scripts and share your thoughts by commenting here or dropping me a line.
Posted by David Ramel on 10/24/2012 at 1:15 PM
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