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Bug when table is named like Schema.TableNames

If you have defined the Schemas in SQL Server 2005 and you have table names based on them like the Application.Settings, or Customer.LoginInfo then the application will not display the data for these tables.

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      • Oscar AOscar A commented  · 

        This was a show stopper for me, I was looking for a lightweight tool but I want schema support (I dont have it memorized)

      • Robert WrayRobert Wray commented  · 

        Voted +3 for this one ... The databases I work on are all storing data in non-dbo schemas, which makes Squel "frustrating" to use at present. I do like how responsive it is though! =)

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