SQL Server Management Studio – Quick Tip


Just a quick tip I thought I would share…

When working in SQL Server Management Studio, an easy way to hide the results of a query is to press CTRL + R. Press it again to toggle showing the results.

Jason

Comments (2)

  1. Renjith says:

    Sorry for posting this under this topic.. i had seen the topic for modal dialog window which was written on May 2006, and i have a problem regarding that, thats why am posting my query here in your recent post. please help me.

    I had used Modal dialog for my app for getting  the file name and date. Sow when an invalid  file name or  is given , it will be validated in Server (whether the file exists or not) and will throw back an error msg into the modal window. So inorder to retain the same modal dialog i had used <base target="_self" />. it was fine. But the problem am facing now is once the validation is done and error msg is diaplayed My modal dialog’s <title> Enter the File name and Date </Title> is no more working.

    First it will be shown as "Enter the File name and Date — Modal Dialog Window"

    After validation and comming to same page with error msg, the page title is shown as "– Modal Dialog Window" only…

    Could you please say why the title is going of on calling <base target="_self" />. For past one month am trying to find out a solution for this problem.

    Is it becouse of the server side validation and response?… any way to correct this? Please help me…

  2. Arturo says:

    One of my favs is CTRL+T/CTRL+D to toggle between text and grid results. Newbie stuff, but the classics are always the best:

    For more keystroke fun: <a href="http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174205.aspx">http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174205.aspx</a&gt;