mssql-cli Update

Alan Yu announces an update to mssql-cli:

GDPR compliance

As many of us are familiar with, GDPR is approaching and we made some updates. In the past, file history stored entire T-SQL queries. However, if the query contained any secrets or passwords, it wasn’t smart enough to scrub those out. This is no longer the case, and now file history has been updated to no longer store secrets or passwords.

In addition, we have added 24-hour rotation of UserID when we collect telemetry.

Read on for other improvements.

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