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They don't appear to be in the *.db file, nor do they seem to be in C:\Users\Public\Documents\SQL Central 17\.scRepository1704_64

asked 28 Jun '16, 17:18

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User-created folders are stored in the user-preferences file for SQL Central.

On a 64-bit Windows machine, the preferences file is in

%APPDATA%\SAP\SQL Central 17\.scUserPreferences17_64
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answered 29 Jun '16, 11:52

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The next question is, why not in the database?

You know, where Codd's Rule 4 says it should be.

(29 Jun '16, 13:18) Breck Carter

It could have something to do with it being a user preference 1st.

(29 Jun '16, 15:04) Nick Elson S...
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I don't quite understand what you said (:

(30 Jun '16, 12:25) Breck Carter
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