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  1. David Gugick
    July 12, 2010

    I want to add that Toad for SQL Server 5.0 has some major enhancements to Group Execute:
    * Option to run scripts across multiple databases, as opposed to being limited to instances. That allows you to do things like check fragmentation, query object information, etc. across multiple databases on multiple instance
    * Option to only show those instances/databases that are selected. Since you can persist the Group Execute SQL and selections in a Toad TEF file, you can imagine that seeing what instances and databases are selected when you have 10s or 100s of instances registered can be a problem. This option fixes that issue
    * An option to intelligently group results into a single result set so your queries can be more easily analyzed and exported. The single result set feature has been around for a few releases, but you can now disable or enable it as needed.

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