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Step 7 - Specifying file names and directories


At this step you should specify the file name and the directory where the result script will be saved.

 

Directory Options

 

Default Directory

Type in the path or use the btnOpenFile button to specify the default directory for the result files to be placed in.

 

CheckBox Add to path

Check this option to add current date, time or datetime (can be specified at the corresponding drop-down list) to the folder name.

 

File names

 

This grid allows you to view the summary of the result *.sql and *.zip files selection.

 

Database Name

This column represents the databases corresponding to the specified *.sql (*.zip) files (if the RadioButton Separate file for each database option has been selected).

 

SQL File Name

This column represents the list of *.sql files, each for a separate extracted database.

 

Archive Name

This column represents the list of *.zip archive files, each for a separate extracted database.

 

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File Options

 

This group of options allows you to specify whether the source databases are to be placed into a single SQL script file or divided into several files of smaller size, each for a separate extracted database. This option is only available if objects from several databases have been specified for extraction.

 

File Name

Set a name for the result *.sql file and type in or use the btnSaveAs button to specify the path to this file on your local machine or on a machine in the LAN.

 

CheckBox File charset

Choose the necessary charset for the file.

 

CheckBox Add to name

Check this option to add current date, time or datetime (can be specified at the corresponding drop-down list) to the filename.

 

Compression Options

 

CheckBox Compress files

Check this option if you wish to add the result SQL script to a ZIP file.

 

CheckBox Single archive file

Check this option to indicate whether the result SQL script is to be placed into a single ZIP archive file or divided into several archive files of smaller size, each for a separate extracted database. This option is only available if objects from several databases have been specified for extraction.

 

Archive file name

Set a name for the compressed *.zip file and type in or use the btnSaveAs button to specify the path to this archive file on your local machine or on a machine in the LAN.

 

CheckBox Add to name

Check this option to add current date, time or datetime (can be specified at the corresponding drop-down list) to the archive filename.

 

Split to volumes

If compression in a single archive is enabled you can split the archive to volumes of defined size. The size of an archive volume is in bytes by default, kilobyte if the value is followed by 'K' and megabyte if the value is followed by 'M'.

 

 

 

When you are done, press the Next button to proceed to the next step of the wizard.