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Calling MS SQL's Query Designer to reformat SQL Statement?

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Hi all ,

i would like to make a small utility which allow me to reformat the sql
statement from clipboard. I am finding ways which allow me to make use of MS
SQL's Query Designer.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...refsqlpane.asp

Do u know if there any way to achieve that? Any other alternative is
welcomed.
Thx in advance!

Regards,
Norton
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi Norton,

I am not sure what your expectations are in regards to what Microsoft might have available. My take is that you would like to have access to a ActiveX Control or Framework class that will do
SQL formating. Microsoft doesn't provide a public class or interface that does SQL statement formatting.
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Hi all ,

i would like to make a small utility which allow me to reformat the sql
statement from clipboard. I am finding ways which allow me to make use of MS
SQL's Query Designer.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...refsqlpane.asp

Do u know if there any way to achieve that? Any other alternative is
welcomed.
Thx in advance!

Regards,
Norton


Cameron Slade
Microsoft VSData Team
http://blogs.msdn.com/vsdata
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