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    Dan Puza commented  · 

    BTW, in the meantime you can work around this by adding return; as the first statement if your query type is C# statements. Or for the first line of your Main() if your query type is C# program. (Kind of obvious, but thought I would point this out anyway. I wasn't sure if it would work for the C# statements query type.)

    Still, a dedicated button like SQL Server Management Studio would be ideal!

    Dan Puza commented  · 

    oops, I accidentally posted this anonymously while I was not logged in. :-( Sorry for the double voting, but this would be a good feature...

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