this may be an odd request but, I was wondering if there is a way to 'organise' databases within SQL server 2005 standard.
We've installed a few applications over the years and we get a large ugly unorganised list of databases under the DB header in SQL studio manager.
Is there a way to create sub folders, somewhat like in Windows Explorer to organise databases into?
for example, some programs install more than one database. Rather than 2 or more db's clogging up the view I'd like to create a folder under DB to store all these same application oriented db's. This will also help to to realise at a a glance what programs create how manay databases and so on which are 'logically grouped'.
Hope that makes sense.