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Quickly generate CRUD (Create, read, update, delete) stored procedures in SSMS with SSMS Tools Pack

By admin | December 23, 2010

SSMS Tools Pack generated CRUD

SSMS Tools Pack generated CRUD

Normally, in SQL Server Management Studio to generate some stored procedures one would have to go through series of dialogs and manual actions using the “Script To” menu. This process is both painful to do by hand and is also very error-prone. Now there is an automated tool that can automate the process of writing stored procedures for us – SSMS Tools Pack.

To automatically generate the select, insert, update and delete procedures all one must do (after installing the free add-on), is right click on a table, go to “SSMS Tools” and “Generate CRUD“, and then Execute the query that it generates. This makes database development much easier compared to doing it by hand.

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Topics: Windows | 12 Comments »

12 Responses to “Quickly generate CRUD (Create, read, update, delete) stored procedures in SSMS with SSMS Tools Pack”

  1. alili Says:
    March 31st, 2011 at 08:16

    when you generate the stored procedure with ssms tools. why the update operation update the key
    and why it use also select

    thanks for you response

  2. Nancy Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 21:55


  3. TonyGonzalez Says:
    June 12th, 2018 at 06:36

    Thank for the information, very interesting!
    I’d like to share my humble opinion and add one more great tool to this list. It’s
    dbForge Developer Bundle for SQL Server and it’s really must-have for me in my daily development routine. This set of tools gives me full control over database development and management and allows me to version-control databases, compare schemas and data, optimize database performance, write SQL queries on-the-fly and generate meaningful test data. Recommend it!

  4. Bob Says:
    November 12th, 2018 at 17:31

    There is a new version with a lot of functionalities for SSMS 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, and 2019, it is also free, it’s called “Michel Max – SSMS Tools”

    Functionalities :
    – Format SQL Code.
    – Prepare the Procedures/Functions to be called.
    – Regions to organize the code.
    – Retrieve the complete Information of a Table.
    – Tab Colorize, base in the configuration window you can colorize the existing session based in the filters that you applied, making easy to the developer to identify each server/database he/she is working on.
    – Selection Highlight for the same word in the SQL Code.
    – Style Markers for the same word in the SQL Code.
    – Configurable CRUD creation.
    – Copy/Paste Table Structure and Data (Client Side).
    – Grid Search, with advanced Extended and Regular Expression.
    – Grid Search Highlight.
    – Grid Style Markers.
    – Grid Export to JSON, Excel XML.
    – Grid Image Capture.
    – Configurable Header Text Template, with quick insert, so you can easily sign you codes.
    – Quick encapsulate code in region.

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