Brian DonahueBrian Donahue Posts: 6,590 New member
edited May 27, 2004 8:24AM in SQL Toolkit Previous Versions
Hi Louis,

You can build an ExecutionBlock up using AddBatch(es), but it's probably
not the best idea. At least the help file doesn't recommend it!

If you need to store a representation of a database to a file, why not
save the snapshot in SQL Compare and load it again when you need it using
the LoadFromDisk() and SaveToDisk() methods?


Brian Donahue
Red Gate Technical Support

"Louis Romestant" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Hi;
> I save and execution block as a string by doing
> Work.ExecutionBlock.ToString() and then write that to a text file. Can I
> load the textfile into a string and then stuff it back into an
> ExecutionBlock? I want to build the reference database from scratch based
> on the results of a previous compare. So I would "Create database [name]"
> and then run your script against this new database to populate it. This
> database then becomes the reference to which all others are compared.
> Chicken and egg.
> If this were possible would I use AddBatch()? If so, then I just have to
> get my string formatted properly.
> Louis
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