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In the Cloud: Visual Studio 2017

Visual Studio 2017 has new functionality to help you build apps for both on-premise and cloud solutions. The screen capture of the Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise installer shows a different interface than the previous several versions of Visual Studio have used. Notice I selected the options for both Azure development and Data storage and processing. The default selections for each of those are shown. I ended up installing all of the options in both categories. You’ll want the PowerShell tools and Azure Storage AzCopy. Notice that some Redgate tools are included. Even the Community edition has Redgate SQL Prompt.

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Figure 1. Visual Studio Enterprise 2017 installer.

You should click on Individual components and look for other options to add to your installation.

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Figure 2. Individual components default selections.

If you uninstall Visual Studio 2015 and related components prior to installing Visual Studio 2017, it’s possible you may need to do a repair installation of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). It depends on whether or not you uninstalled a dependency. Keep in mind that SSMS as of SQL Server 2016 is based on the Visual Studio shell.

When you first run SSMS after installing Visual Studio 2017, you will see a message box like the one shown below. Just click OK.

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Figure 3. Normal informative message after updating Visual Studio. Just click OK.

Published Tuesday, March 07, 2017 1:26 PM by John Paul Cook

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About John Paul Cook

John Paul Cook is a database and Azure specialist who works in Houston. He previously worked as a Data Platform Solution Architect in Microsoft's Houston office. Prior to joining Microsoft, he was a SQL Server MVP. He is experienced in SQL Server and Oracle database application design, development, and implementation. He has spoken at many conferences including Microsoft TechEd and the SQL PASS Summit. He has worked in oil and gas, financial, manufacturing, and healthcare industries. John is also a Registered Nurse who graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Master of Science in Nursing Informatics and is an active member of the Sigma Theta Tau nursing honor society. He volunteers as a nurse at a clinic that treats low income and uninsured patients. Contributing author to SQL Server MVP Deep Dives and SQL Server MVP Deep Dives Volume 2. Connect on LinkedIn

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