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I've noticed weird formatting of SQL statements with DECLARE keyword (using SQL Server). As if they mark some beginnig of statements block. Tried differnet formatting options but nothing could change that weird indentation and line breaks.
Please, see an attachment how these statements DbVis formats:
bq. DECLARE @ErrorNumber INT \\ DECLARE @ErrorSeverity INT \\ DECLARE @ErrorState INT \\ DECLARE @ErrorProcedure NVARCHAR (128) \\ DECLARE @ErrorLine NVARCHAR (128)
Used DbVis v9.1.5 on Windows 7.
I'm not sure, maybe I'm missing something?
This is SQL Server specific syntax, so you need to tell the formatter about it. You do so in Tools->Tool Properties, in the General/SQL Commander/SQL Formatting category. Set Source SQL to SQL Server and it will not indent the DECLARE statements.
about 9 years ago
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