Autocomplete for SQL
I use LINQPad as a replacement for SMSS and would LOVE the Autocomplete to work for SQL (e.g. type "SELECT Orders." and upon typing the "." character all of the fields of Orders should up in intellisense).
Bill Harper commented
+1 to this. I feel like at this point one of the biggest selling points relative to Roslynpad is DB connectivity, and autocompletion in SQL would really help justify the cost of the paid versions. It would make it much easier to use linqpad as a scratchpad for both linq and sql, as sometimes I want actual SQL snippets to save as scripts, procedures, etc.
Brian Rutherford commented
We were just about to buy an Enterprise license for this until I noticed that SQL autocomplete isn't available. We were hoping to use this instead of SSMS for our data teams, but autocomplete is too important to leave behind.
David Gray commented
Just bought expecting sql autocomplete to be available.
Sorely disappointed it is not so...
Will probably request a refund.
Jens Theisen commented
I would suggest to allow for DevArt's SQL Complete or a competing project being used. Those users that want the feature could then buy the additional license and be happy.
Rod McKay commented
Another yes vote.
Yaroslav Veremenko commented
I would love this to become a feature
Bryan Roth commented
This would be so helpful as I would like to use LINQPad more than SSMS.
Thang Nguyen commented
Strongly agree this idea. I intended to buy but decided to stop when it does not support SQL autocomplete.
I strongly Agree
Spyridon Stakkos commented
Oh I am begging you. Please add this. I find it the biggest minus and believe me I loooooove LinqPad. Yes Linq is wonderful and all but SQL is still and will continue to be needed. This feature would make many users' life so much easier. To be honest when I was thinking of purchasing this fact almost made me not to (still very happy I did purchase the full version).
with this feature have the sql reversed engineered to linq
Robb Corbett commented
oh yes! I was disappointed once I bought the full license to find that this was not included! I almost asked for my money back...
I thought Joe was secretly trying to kill off TSQL ;)
Maxwell Bloch commented
+1 +1 +1
Horst M commented
Oh pretty please :).