Internals Viewer…the next version

I’ve been working on the next version of SQL Internals Viewer (now called Internals Viewer).

There are a couple of things that are new with it. First it’s a SQL Server Management Studio add-in, and second it will be open source on CodePlex.

At the moments it’s far from finished, so current builds are an early preview.

The project page is here:

http://www.codeplex.com/InternalsViewer

The latest build can be downloaded here:

http://www.codeplex.com/InternalsViewer/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx

SSMS Integration

The next version will be fully integrated with SSMS.

Extra internals information is added to the Object Explorer:

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The Transaction Log Viewer is now available as a tab the Query Results pane (to get it working click on the Internals Viewer – Display Transaction Log menu item)

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For the time being SQL Internals Viewer 1.0 will be the only standalone version. Once the add-in is developed I’ll create a new standalone version that will share the same code.

Published 14 October 2008 09:37 PM by Danny

Comments

# Andrew Calvett said on 20 October, 2008 12:26 AM

So, we all know that if we create a clustered index that is not unique that we will incur a 4 byte overhead

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