SQLAuthority News – Latest SQL Server Management Studio Blogs

SQLAuthority News - Latest SQL Server Management Studio Blogs ssms SQL Server Management Studio is an amazing product and I am personally a big fan of the same. Here are the few latest blog written on the same subject.

SQL SERVER – Disable IntelliSense in SQL Server Management Studio
Just another day, I received an email from a user who has over 350 thousand tables in a single database. He was my earlier customer of Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check. He was facing indeed a very strange issue where his metadata table was locking up and we fixed that by disabling IntelliSense in SQL Server Management Studio.

SQL SERVER – SQL Server Agent Missing in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS)
Learning never stops when you are a consultant. While doing my recent Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check my client asked an interesting question. He informed that he is not able to see SQL Server Agent node in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). What could be the possible cause? I was able to provide him answers and sharing it here. First, let us understand what he meant. If you look closer at two SSMS connection. Do you notice a difference? Yes. As the title says – SQL Server Agent is missing in the second image. So, what are the possible causes?

SQL SERVER – Difference Between Azure Data Studio and SQL Server Management Studio
Earlier I blogged about SQL SERVER – Getting Started with Azure Data Studio. After reading the blog post, I receive an email from a reader asking about the primary difference between Azure Data Studio (ADS) and SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). Well, before we start the conversation let us see the following image.

How to Change Language for SSMS? – Interview Question of the Week #194
Question: How to Change Language for SSMS?
Answer: I speak three different languages but English my primary language when I am using SQL Server, hence I have never thought about this question before. Recently during SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop, I was asked this question. Though the question was very simple, I had to go back and research the answer to this question. After a quick research, I figured out the answer to this question.

Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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