I don't often use Command History except to go back one or two statements, so you just know the first time I want to go back a few days, the desired statement will have just fallen off the front of the queue.

What I'd like is...

  • virtually unlimited storage of old statements (I've got lots of disk space, just took delivery of two 2TB external drives for $149 each), and
  • a resizable Command History window that lets me see more of what's in there.

asked 21 Nov '10, 10:29

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I don't know how it works in 12, but I know in 10 if you have two ISQL sessions open, only one gets saved at the end of the session (at least that I can find). Invariably, the command I'd like to run is in from the one that didn't get saved at the end of the day, even though what I'm looking for is only one or two statements back. It would really be nice to have these log themselves to disk somewhere so you can go back ... because it happens rarely enough that I don't just save them regularly as a matter of course (which I could do, I realize).

(14 Jan '11, 21:14) carolstone
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