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In iSQL and SQL Central, the database connection history is stored somewhere, so, for example, when the database server or name is selected, the dropdown lists show the previous database server(s) and name(s) that were used to connect. We would like to erase the history on customer sites, but have been unable to identify where this connection history is stored, despite a Registry and file search for the strings. Where is this information stored, so that it can be edited and deleted as necessary?

asked 02 Oct '17, 09:44

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I suppose they'll be stored in the file containing the user profile, e.g.

C:\Users\<anyuser>\AppData\Roaming\SAP\SQL Central 17\.scUserPreferences17_64

(02 Oct '17, 11:45) Reimer Pods

Thank you Reimer Pods. You helped me identify the location. The file that contains the database connection history is in:

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\SAP\.jlogon17

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answered 02 Oct '17, 12:12

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