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Editing obligatory scripts to execute

Use the tab to specify the obligatory scripts to execute in all database connections established by the software (on executing queries, browsing objects data, etc.). There is a possibility to enable/disable a written script.

 

 

Below you can find an example of an obligatory script to execute after SQL Maestro for MySQL will connect to the database. The script writes a connect time to the log table.

 

 

The next screen represents the example of an obligatory script to execute before SQL Maestro for MySQL will disconnect from the database. The script writes a disconnect time to the log table.

 



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