How to Ignore Warnings of Unmapped Objects in Command Line Log

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NavilleD
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How to Ignore Warnings of Unmapped Objects in Command Line Log

Post by NavilleD » Wed 25 Mar 2015 16:02

Hi

I have been working on Command Line actions to perfrom datacomparisons with DBForge for Oracle, while obtaining the Log, I have been getting the Warnings for the Unmapped objects in the logs, is ther anyway to ignore the warnings to get printed in the log file.


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Re: How to Ignore Warnings of Unmapped Objects in Command Line Log

Post by alexa » Wed 25 Mar 2015 16:53

Unfortunately, there is no such a possibility. However, you can add a suggestion on our UserVoice forum where other users can vote for it http://devart.uservoice.com/forums/1328 ... for-oracle]

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Re: How to Ignore Warnings of Unmapped Objects in Command Line Log

Post by Atifrere » Thu 23 Apr 2015 11:38

Hi,
I am using MS SSMS v. 11.0.5058 and dbForge SQL Complete Express Edition v. 4.8.43.1. I updated dbForge recently after not having upgraded for a few years, and now notice that there is a noticable delay every time I "start working" with a table that I haven't had suggestions shown for before. Before the upgrade, the cache would be 100% there and ready instantly for suggesting. Now however, if I for example type this:






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Re: How to Ignore Warnings of Unmapped Objects in Command Line Log

Post by alexa » Thu 23 Apr 2015 14:13

Please refer to the following forum post http://forums.devart.com/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=31585

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