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SQL Server – Ctrl+Shift+N to Script Action

01 December,2012 by Jack Vamvas

When making a SQL Server configuration change – I  prefer to produce code rather than complete through the SSMS GUI.  There are a number of benefits for producing the  code as opposed to completing the task through SSMS

1)     In a Production environment , most change request systems require the code attached to the change request. This allows an approver to check the code

2)     If troubleshooting is required  , sharing the code with other developers\DBAs is easier for them to understand the problem. Don’t forget , if posting to a forum – don’t include any sensitive data

If you don’t want to write your own code – you can simply use the Ctrl+Shift+N  , instead of clicking the OK button.


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