You can make that number large enough for many years to have virtually unlimited delete time.
Also, if you open and re-save a file, it will prompt you to overwrite or save a new copy. You can
We decided not to make a bulk loader because people wouldn’t be able to specify descriptions or tags for each file in a bulk load operation. That was our
thinking for the public repository. But I can see how we shouldn’t be so restrictive with the private repository.
From: Rickard Hökros [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 1:19 AM
Subject: RE: [Toad for Oracle - Discussion Forum] Private repository in Toad 12
RE: Private repository in Toad 12
Reply by Rickard Hökros
I did as you suggested and raised the time to a week.
I really think that you should have the option to delete a script regardless of how much time that has gone since it was created. Otherwise I think there is a big chance that you will end up
with different versions of a script and you don’t know which one is the right…
I’ve created a collection called “Trash” for now, so I can put script that should be deleted there.
Another thing I was thinking about is that it would be nice to be able to bulk import multiple scripts at once. I guess everyone that is using Toad a lot have a lot of scripts and importing
them one by one is just not possible…
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