SQL SERVER – Color Coding SQL Server Management Studio Status Bar – SQL in Sixty Seconds #023 – Video
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Published on Wed, 22 Aug 2012 01:30:45 +0000 Indexed on 2012/08/27 21:45 UTC
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I often see developers executing the unplanned code on production server when they actually want to execute on the development server. Developers and DBAs get confused because when they use SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) they forget to pay attention to the server they are connecting. It is very easy to fix this problem. You can select different color for a different server. Once you have different color for different server in the status bar, it will be easier for developer easily notice the server against which they are about to execute the script.
Personally when I work on SQL Server development, here is the color code, which I follow. I keep Green for my development server, blue for my staging server and red for my production server. Honestly color coding does not signify much but different color for different server is the key here.
More Tips on SSMS in SQL in Sixty Seconds:
- Generate Script for Schema and Data in SQL Server – SQL in Sixty Seconds #021
- Remove Debug Button in SQL Server Management Studio – SQL in Sixty Seconds #020
- Three Tricks to Comment T-SQL in SQL Server Management Studio – SQL in Sixty Seconds #019
- Importing CSV into SQL Server – SQL in Sixty Seconds #018
- Tricks to Replace SELECT * with Column Names – SQL in Sixty Seconds #017
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Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)
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