When I open an automated .tas script in TFDA 2.6, I am able to see the script visualized, with database connections, If conditions, etc.
When I open a copy of the same script in TDP 4.2, I just see a tutorial on how to create a new script. However the tab at the top shows the name of my script, as if I should be able to see it.
From: Debbie Peabody bounce-Debbie_Peabody@toadworld.com
Date: 07/27/2017 02:20 PM
Subject: RE: [Toad Data Point - Discussion Forum] How to convert old .tas files from Toad for Data Analysts 2.6 to Toad Data Point 4.2
RE: How to convert old .tas files from Toad for Data Analysts 2.6 to Toad Data Point 4.2
Reply by Debbie Peabody
Automation scripts are versioned so when you open up an older automation script into a newer Toad it will update the version and newer options. But there will always be a copy of the old script located similar path as shown below. You can find your exact location by using the about box and app data dir.
C:\Users\dpeabody\AppData\Roaming\Quest Software\Toad Data Point 4.3\Automation\bak
With that being said, older files should work in newer toads but we have found a few issues with the current release. Can you provide details on what is occurring so I can confirm if we have fixed or not? Or you might want to open up a support case so we can dive into this in depth,
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