Tag Archives: SQLCMD mode

Multi-server scripts with SSMS using SQLCMD mode

SSMS is the most common tool used by SQL Developers or DBA’s but unfortunately there are some features that are barely known, SQLCMD mode is not the exception and that’s why I decided to follow up in this topic.

You may want to check one of this previous blog post, where you will find instructions how to enable SQLCMD mode and some examples that could help you to become familiar with it.

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Enable SQLCMD Mode on SSMS

I really like Microsoft philosophy nowadays, they are putting a lot of time developing good open source tools like SQLCLI, SQLOps and Visual Studio Code, those tools has something in common “a built-in terminal” a multi-platform and code geek like me really appreciate those details. It is pretty neat to use the built-int terminal to do stuff without leaving your development environment.¬†This functionality is also available on SSMS (in some way), it is called SQLCMD mode. Continue reading