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How do I get toad to automatically connect at startup?


#1

Message from: silva.rick_437

I only have one user/schema/database but when I start toad it stops me at the
login screen and requires me to click “connect”. How can I circumvent this
screen?


Historical Messages

Author: silva.rick_437
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
I only have one user/schema/database but when I start toad it stops me at the
login screen and requires me to click “connect”. How can I circumvent this
screen?

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#2

Scroll to the right. There is a autoconnect field. Check that off for each
connection that you want to autoconnect.

Chris


#3

Greetings,

there is a check box in the TOAD options that states to auto connect at the
given account.
find the check box and enter your username, password and schema.

I used it on TOAD version 8 or 9 , can remember, its a long time

Regards,
Walter Cheah


#4

Disable the ‘Show login window’ option on the Startup page in View

Options


#5

Sorry, that’s 2 steps…missed the title.

In the connection dialog, scroll to the right and you’ll see a
‘Autoconnect’ widget – check that.

You still need to disable that option…

Jeff


#6

Message from: silva.rick_437

I tried that. It didn’t display a login window, but it didn’t connect
either!


Historical Messages

Author: silva.rick_437
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:54:46 PST 2010
I tried that. It didn’t display a login window, but it didn’t connect
either!

__

Author: Jeff Smith
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Sorry, that’s 2 steps…missed the title. In the connection dialog,
scroll to the right and you’ll see a ‘Autoconnect’ widget
– check that. You still need to disable that option… Jeff
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Author: christopher.tryon
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Scroll to the right. There is a autoconnect field. Check that off for each
connection that you want to autoconnect. Chris
__

Author: James Cheah
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Greetings, there is a check box in the TOAD options that states to auto connect
at the given account. find the check box and enter your username, password and
schema. I used it on TOAD version 8 or 9 , can remember, its a long time
Regards, Walter Cheah
__

Author: Jeff Smith
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Disable the ‘Show login window’ option on the Startup page in View >
Options
__

Author: silva.rick_437
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Message from: silva.rick_437 I only have one user/schema/database but when I
start toad it stops me at the login screen and requires me to click “connect”.
How can I circumvent this screen? _______________________________________
Historical Messages Author: silva.rick_437 Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010 I
only have one user/schema/database but when I start toad it stops me at the
login screen and requires me to click “connect”. How can I circumvent this
screen? __ _______________________________________
__



#7

I tried that. It didn’t display a login window, but it didn’t connect either!


#8

Message from: silva.rick_437

That worked. Sweet! That checkbox was hiding out of view.

Thank you all!


Historical Messages

Author: silva.rick_437
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:58:03 PST 2010
That worked. Sweet! That checkbox was hiding out of view.

Thank you all!

__

Author: silva.rick_437
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:54:46 PST 2010
I tried that. It didn’t display a login window, but it didn’t connect
either!

__

Author: silva.rick_437
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:54:46 PST 2010
Message from: silva.rick_437 I tried that. It didn’t display a login window,
but it didn’t connect either! _______________________________________
Historical Messages Author: silva.rick_437 Date: Wed Nov 17 11:54:46 PST 2010 I
tried that. It didn’t display a login window, but it didn’t connect
either! __ Author: Jeff Smith Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010 Sorry,
that’s 2 steps…missed the title. In the connection dialog, scroll to
the right and you’ll see a ‘Autoconnect’ widget – check
that. You still need to disable that option… Jeff __ Author:
christopher.tryon Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010 Scroll to the right. There
is a autoconnect field. Check that off for each connection that you want to
autoconnect. Chris __ Author: James Cheah Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Greetings, there is a check box in the TOAD options that states to auto connect
at the given account. find the check box and enter your username, password and
schema. I used it on TOAD version 8 or 9 , can remember, its a long time
Regards, Walter Cheah __ Author: Jeff Smith Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Disable the ‘Show login window’ option on the Startup page in View >
Options __ Author: silva.rick_437 Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010 Message
from: silva.rick_437 I only have one user/schema/database but when I start toad
it stops me at the login screen and requires me to click “connect”. How can I
circumvent this screen? _______________________________________ Historical
Messages Author: silva.rick_437 Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010 I only have
one user/schema/database but when I start toad it stops me at the login screen
and requires me to click “connect”. How can I circumvent this screen? __



__

Author: Jeff Smith
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Sorry, that’s 2 steps…missed the title. In the connection dialog,
scroll to the right and you’ll see a ‘Autoconnect’ widget
– check that. You still need to disable that option… Jeff
__

Author: christopher.tryon
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Scroll to the right. There is a autoconnect field. Check that off for each
connection that you want to autoconnect. Chris
__

Author: James Cheah
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Greetings, there is a check box in the TOAD options that states to auto connect
at the given account. find the check box and enter your username, password and
schema. I used it on TOAD version 8 or 9 , can remember, its a long time
Regards, Walter Cheah
__

Author: Jeff Smith
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Disable the ‘Show login window’ option on the Startup page in View >
Options
__

Author: silva.rick_437
Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010
Message from: silva.rick_437 I only have one user/schema/database but when I
start toad it stops me at the login screen and requires me to click “connect”.
How can I circumvent this screen? _______________________________________
Historical Messages Author: silva.rick_437 Date: Wed Nov 17 11:40:41 PST 2010 I
only have one user/schema/database but when I start toad it stops me at the
login screen and requires me to click “connect”. How can I circumvent this
screen? __ _______________________________________
__



#9

That worked. Sweet! That checkbox was hiding out of view.

Thank you all!