Azure Data Studio Server Groups

Dave Bland explains how we can get different tab colors in Azure Data Studio:

Have you ever been in an environment where you worked with both DEV\QA servers and Production servers?  Of course you have, we all have.  However, being in such an environment brings a certain level of risk.  We all try to be very careful to run any code we are asked to run on the correct server and in the correct environment.  Despite all of our checks and our Due diligence, we are still human and do make a mistake from time to time.  Azure Data Studio has a nice feature that will allows us to change the color of tabs based on the environment the server is in.  The image below is an example of what it would look like.

I really like this functionality because it gives you one additional warning that you’re about to run a dev script against a production server on accident.

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