From some reason when I first ran MS SQL 2016 I realized when I run some code with Carriage Return Return and Line Break it stays in one line after coping that into a note pad or below the SQL code in Microsoft SQL Server Studio.
So, what happened here?
After digging deep into it I found out that this feature that worked as default from MS SQL 2014 and below is not working as a default feature anymore. You need to set it up in order to make that work.
While working with different software developers, I noticed that some of them still using spreadsheets or MS Word to keep track of the database design. Other developers use the MS SQL Database Diagrams in MS SQL.
Visual Studio provides some basic capabilities on the database design. But is that the most productive tool to use?
Probably the most common request a DBA can get is to optimize a database or to perform a performance audit, which is really just another way of saying the same thing. The idea behind this request seems simple enough – you're the expert on databases. I have a database, please tell me if my DB is running as it's supposed to.