Finding Errors In A SQL Query Using SSMS

Bert Wagner points out a useful feature of SSMS:

While all of these error messages point me in the right direction, I’m too lazyto try and remember how each version of SSMS refers to the error location. This becomes particularly problematic when jumping around environments and not being able to use a consistent version of SSMS.

There is one feature that works consistently though that makes navigating to the specific error lines easily.

Click through for that answer.  It doesn’t work for dynamic SQL, but it can be quite helpful when it does work.

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