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    Alan Yu
    @yualan
    Thanks Drew! Which resources in particular did you find helpful? Were you planning to blog your development process?
    Sebastian Pfliegel
    @SebastianPfliegel
    Hey, is there a guide which shows how to use a forked/self-built sqltoolsservice in a sqlops-development -environment?
    Want to implement new features both in sqltoolsservice and sqlops
    Steve Beaugé
    @stevebeauge
    Hello all
    sqlops and VS code share a common look & feel. Is there a shared lib behind that, for building our own tools ?
    Sebastian Pfliegel
    @SebastianPfliegel
    sqlops is a fork of vscode
    @stevebeauge: do you want to know which framework was used for GUI?
    if so, it's Electron, it's based on Chromium, Node and JavaScript/TypeScript
    Steve Beaugé
    @stevebeauge
    @SebastianPfliegel : I know electron is the runtime behind the tools. But the left navigation bar, the status bar, the theme, ... is not comming with electron (isn't it?). I wonder if I can create a new application and benefits this common look and feel by adding a few dependencies. Forking VSCode seems a bit overweighted for my needs
    Sebastian Pfliegel
    @SebastianPfliegel
    afaik, there's no additional layer/framework inbetween, but I'm not 100% sure either
    Stanislav Hamara
    @stanislavHamara
    @stevebeauge I don't know if this is what you are looking for, but I was doing some digging around and found this https://github.com/Microsoft/sqlopsstudio/blob/master/samples/sqlservices/src/controllers/mainController.ts. I was successfully able to reuse this in my extension turning on the "proposed extension" flag by adding a enableProposedApi: true to package.json. You'll also have to copy the sqlops.proposed.d.tsinto your extension project.
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    Steve Beaugé
    @stevebeauge
    Thanks, I'll take a look
    Drew Skwiers-Koballa
    @dzsquared
    @yualan I'm putting together a blog of the path that I took to put it together and the resources I used. I did both VS Code extension example walk-throughs - Hello World and Word Count. The extension generator (both VS Code and SQL Ops) cuts a significant portion of the initial setup out and makes the development of extensions very nearly instant gratification.
    Alan Yu
    @yualan
    Great to hear! Let us know if you need anything additional on our end for the extension/blog. We can also work together to highlight it in our August release blog in mid-August
    kropki
    @kroopki_twitter
    is possible to make dashboard for server group?
    DariusStank
    @DariusStank
    Hi team, Is intellisense suppose to work with azure sql database? It works only with sql database for me
    Mustafa Sadedil
    @sadedil

    Hi everyone, i've made a pull request for sqltoolsservice project. All checks seems OK but there is no activity since the day it was opened.
    Should i inform someone, or is there something i need to do?

    PR Link: Microsoft/sqltoolsservice#684

    Karl Burtram
    @kburtram
    @sadedil sorry for the delay. I'll take a look at the PR later today.
    Mustafa Sadedil
    @sadedil
    Thank you @kburtram, no problem
    Aamer Khan Mohammed
    @Aamer_Khan_gitlab
    Hi
    after installing the app white screen is appearing with a menu bar and nothing is working
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    does anyone get this issue ?
    Sebastian Pfliegel
    @SebastianPfliegel
    The readme file links to the non existent https://gitter.im/Microsoft/azuredatastudio
    Karl Burtram
    @kburtram
    @SebastianPfliegel thanks for letting me know. This was a find\replace error that I'll correct. I could see how to transparently rename this Gitter
    Victor Hugo Garcia
    @vhugogarcia
    Hello friends!
    Excuse me, do you know if Azure Data Studio supports Graph DB?
    Mustafa Sadedil
    @sadedil

    Hi everyone, i'm trying to implement Save as XML feature for the AzureDataStudio. Firstly i've contributed to SqlToolsService project and my Pull Request was accepted. Then i've forked the AzureDataStudio and made the code changes. But when trying to execute my scenario i'm getting an error at this line return this._queryManagementService.saveResults(saveResultsParams)

    But the worst part of this error, i'm getting the error object value as null. So i don't have any clue, what's wrong or where is wrong?

    My question below:

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    Question: Is there any way to debug sqltoolsservice and azuredatastudio together?
    I need to put breakpoint to sqltoolsservice to see what's happening inside.
    Thanks.
    DerSandmann-Badcode
    @DerSandmann-Badcode
    Are all of the tutorials broken?
    The tutorials say to install the debug extension into vscode, but it's trying to run sqlops, intead of azuredatastudio?
    DerSandmann-Badcode
    @DerSandmann-Badcode
    Then again, this is probably dead
    Drew Skwiers-Koballa
    @dzsquared
    If you're looking for a tutorial for building an extension, I put together one: https://www.drewsk.tech/2018/10/11/sql-saturday-796-minnesota-2018/
    Dan Kordik
    @dkordik
    does Azure Data Studio save the Servers/connection configs to a flat file somewhere? seems like something I'd want to put into source control alongside .sql scripts so someone could just clone and start running scripts
    Sebastian Pfliegel
    @SebastianPfliegel
    @dkordik the config is save in a json file
    on Windows it should be %appdata%\azuredatastudio\User\settings.json
    Visual Studio Code has the option to have preferences not only for the user but for the specific folder you have opened, not quite sure if azure data studio has the same feature
    Sebastian Pfliegel
    @SebastianPfliegel
    it's called workspace settings and it works
    just create a file ./.azuredatastudio/settings.json in your folder
    Dan Kordik
    @dkordik
    ah great, thanks @SebastianPfliegel ! I didn't realize the Servers would be considered part of the workspace settings (thought that might just be for editor preferences a la VS Code). I see that settings file location in the expected spot from here (I'm on a Mac so slightly different than the above) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/azure-data-studio/settings?view=sql-server-2017#settings-file-locations - copied that into my project's .azuredatastudio/settings.json and looks like I'm in business!
    Sebastian Pfliegel
    @SebastianPfliegel
    awesome! :thumbsup:
    drethegreat1
    @drethegreat1
    Hi - can someone please help with an sql question ???
    drethegreat1
    @drethegreat1
    ??
    Sebastian Pfliegel
    @SebastianPfliegel
    well, don't ask to ask, just hit us with your question ;)
    @drethegreat1