I’m on 18.104.22.168.
If it crashes or we have a powerfailure, it saves everything and offers you the
chance to save what you want.
But under normal operations, (I have multiple editor windows open with multiple
connections also) I save the work in each window as a text file with a name , a
date and which system/connection…
i.e. Production 07132010 student records. I save them all to a folder called
Then shut toad down before leaving.
What helps is all my connections are saved with names so I can open them
I know this probably does not help… but it’s the only thing I have been
able to do. I don’t depend on TOAD to save anything for me… not even in
the sql recall which I only use in emergencies and it won’'t help you if
you have a crash.
On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 10:41 AM, McAllister, Michael AU CTR Contractor AETC
At the end of the day I’m sometimes in the middle of working on something.
I have all the connections I need open, and the appropriate files open in
editor windows (different connections), all in the position I’ve been used
to working within for a day or so. Given our machines get shutdown
overnight, I have to shut down TOAD. Does TOAD have the ability to save all
this information so I can open TOAD and then quickly open all connections
and editor windows I had open at the end of the previous day?
Principal Systems Engineer
TKC Global, LLC
Phone: 512 423 7447