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gemisigo



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Given is the following code fragment:
Code:

CREATE DATABASE database_name ON ((NAME = logical_file_name1 ,FILENAME = 'os_file_name' ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB) ,(NAME = logical_file_name2 ,FILENAME = 'os_file_name' ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB)) LOG ON ((NAME = logical_file_name3 ,FILENAME = 'os_file_name' ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB))


and the following two formatting rule:
#1 (...)
Code:

(
    ...
   ,...
    AND ...
    OR  ...
)


#2 create database
Code:

CREATE DATABASE ... ON
(
    (NAME = ... ,FILENAME = ... ,FILEGROWTH = ...)
    ,...
)
LOG ON (
    (NAME = ... ,FILENAME = ... ,FILEGROWTH = ...)
    ,...
)
COLLATE ...


Other formatting settings (in case they're relevant) are set as:
Line Length for Code Wrapping = 230
Line Length for DDL Code Wrapping = 120
Name Length for Aligning = 96


When both rules are enabled, the formatted result is:
Code:

CREATE DATABASE database_name ON
(
    (
        NAME       = logical_file_name1 ,FILENAME = 'os_file_name' ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB)
        ,(NAME     = logical_file_name2 ,FILENAME = 'os_file_name' ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB)
)
LOG ON (
    (
    NAME = logical_file_name3 ,FILENAME = 'os_file_name' ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB)
)

and according to rule #2 this is obviously not what I want.

When rule #2 is disabled, formatting the code makes no changes to it. That's kind of expected.

When rule #1 is disabled, formatting the code results in code loss!!! The second file (logical_file_name2) is formatted into oblivion!
Code:

CREATE DATABASE database_name ON

(
    ( NAME = logical_file_name1
    ,FILENAME = 'os_file_name'
    ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB
)
)LOG ON ((NAME = logical_file_name3 ,FILENAME = 'os_file_name' ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB))


Changing the order of rules makes no difference. The last outcome is frightening, though.

I fiddled with rules for a while but found no constellation of rules that would yield a result corresponding to rule #2. I guess the whitespaces between NAME and = are because of the Name Length for Aligning setting, and I don't really care about that. But this tossing of parenthesis is highly undesired. Any hints to how to avoid that?


Last edited by gemisigo on Tue Sep 04, 2018 4:34 pm; edited 1 time in total
Wed Aug 29, 2018 5:32 am View user's profile Send private message
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Joined: 26 Nov 2006
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Thank you for the detailed description. I have created a ticket for that issue with reference #SA0034588
Wed Aug 29, 2018 7:07 am View user's profile Send private message
gemisigo



Joined: 11 Mar 2010
Posts: 1476

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Having only one file for data also causes the formatting to drop some characters. The code below
Code:

CREATE DATABASE DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1
ON ( NAME = DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1, FILENAME = 'M:\gfsqlArchive\DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1_data.mdf', FILEGROWTH = 10 MB )
LOG ON (NAME = 'DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1_log', FILENAME = 'M:\gfsqlArchive\DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1_log.ldf', FILEGROWTH = 10 MB);
GO
ALTER DATABASE DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1 SET RECOVERY SIMPLE;
GO


formats to:
Code:

CREATE DATABASE DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1 ON
(
    NAME = DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1 ,FILENAME = 'M:\gfsqlArchive\DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1_data.mdf' ,FILEGROWTH = 10 MB)
LOG O
(
    NAME            = 'DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1_log'
    ,FILENAME       = 'M:\gfsqlArchive\DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1_log.ldf'
    ,FILEGROWTH     = 10 MB
)
;
GO
ALTER DATABASE DATAHOUSE_2016_Q1
SET RECOVERY SIMPLE
;
GO



The LOG ON part lost its last character (N)
Thu Aug 30, 2018 6:54 am View user's profile Send private message
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Quick status update, this ticket is still open, still waiting for the development team to figure out the cause and provide their response. It doesn't seem like a new issue. They are currently very busy with beta version related stuff.
Tue Sep 04, 2018 10:13 am View user's profile Send private message
gemisigo



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Posts: 1476

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Okay, I'll remove the Beta and version from the title to avoid confusion.
Tue Sep 04, 2018 4:33 pm View user's profile Send private message
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