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Not able to run anything at SQL Server Management Studio

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Hi,
I was playing up with some SQL server 2008 parameters and probably enabled a tracing at Management Studio .

Now, I am not able to run any SQL. All I see is "Debugging Query". I have stopped and started SQL server services but no luck so far. Please see attached snap.

Thanks
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confirm whether you are hitting F5 or the execute button, '!', or you are hitting the debug button (looks like a green "play" icon).  

You can customize the toolbar, and get the debug button out of there.  A lot of people accidently get stuck on it.

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by:crazywolf2010
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Hi,
You are right, I used the green button there by mistake. I cancelled now and using execute. It seem working.
What does a green Debug button do there? How can I customize the toolbar?

Many Thanks
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uptop in the menu bar, select Tools, then Toolbars \ Commands.  play around with that a little, you will see how you can add or remove icons from the toolbar
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by:Alpesh Patel
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As like in F10 in .Net environment to dry run (Step by step execution) or code same like that.
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