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Directories

The tab allows you to specify default directories to be used on database profiles creating. You can use such variables as %database_name%, %database_alias%, and %user_name%.

 

Example:

To store all SQL scripts in folders sorted by databases in the "C:\SQL Scripts\" directory, specify the default directory for SQL scripts as follows:

 

C:\SQL Scripts\%database_name%\

 



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