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Connections

Susan K
Follow / 14 Mar 2017 at 6:22pm

Add option to change AutoCommit for connection in Connection Properties window

In Tools | Options | Database | General, the AutoCommit option can be set as the default for newly defined connections. If a database platform is subsequently checked/unchecked this change does not apply to connections that are already created. Would...
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slaparf
Follow / 6 Feb 2017 at 3:49pm

create step-by-step instructions to download and get TOAD Data Point to recognize...

Since I am not in IT nor a DBA, I am having trouble figuring out how to have TDP see the IBM DB2 client that I have download and installed on my machine.
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RibbitFan
Follow / 22 Sep 2016 at 6:44pm

Please add OLEDB connections to Toad Data Point.

We use the GE Proficy Historian for are Global Real Time Analysis. It’s a Historian not SCADA but is similar. http://www.geautomation.com/products/proficy-historian The SCADA systems we use are Cygnet and Wonderware
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chad.wessendorf
Follow / 29 Aug 2016 at 7:50pm

FTP Connections - File Transfer information

Hello, An enhancement idea would be to have file transfer information available in the FTP connections similar to how FileZilla works. Specifically: Progress bar on transfer for Size of file, and how much transferred and transfer Rate/Speed I...
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bobby.neeb
Follow / 19 Feb 2016 at 2:22pm

Support for Notes SQL ODBC driver

Hi, our company and probably some others still has quite a few applications using Lotus Notes. IBM has provided an ODBC driver for Lotus Notes called Notes SQL. It is working very well for our ETL development. One of the challenges that I have is that...
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