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Saving Named SQL to a directory


#1

I like using the TOAD ability to save my SQL from the editor as a named SQL.

Is there any way to either point this to a directory, so that they are saved as text in the specific directory, or, export ALL previously saved SQL to a directory?

If not, this would be an enhancement request.

Jerry


#2

On the SQL Recall dock panel there is a save button. You can select all named SQL and save to text file. The formatting of the file could benefit from a newline between statements though.

On 12/16/2013 03:05 PM, gerald.novak wrote:

Saving Named SQL to a directory

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I like using the TOAD ability to save my SQL from the editor as a named SQL.

Is there any way to either point this to a directory, so that they are saved as text in the specific directory, or, export ALL previously saved SQL to a directory?

If not, this would be an enhancement request.

Jerry

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#3

Enhancement:

It would be great if the SAVE would give us the option of saving All Named SQL History as individual SQL or TXT files based on the name


#4

Sounds like something that needs to take a dip in the Idea Pond.

http://www.toadworld.com/products/toad-for-oracle/i/default.aspx

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Enhancement:

It would be great if the SAVE would give us the option of saving All Named SQL History as individual SQL or TXT files based on the name

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