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Change how a new Sql Change Automation project in Visual Studio creates sub-folder by schema

I am setting up a new Visual Studio project with an existing database (following https://documentation.red-gate.com/sca/developing-databases/working-with-the-visual-studio-extension/setting-up-a-project-in-visual-studio/setting-up-a-project-with-an-existing-database-in-visual-studio ). However, after the baselining completes, I don't want sub-folders for each schema in Programmable Objects nor Schema-Model (i.e. Tables).

I see that the Project Properties window has checkboxes for this feature but they are checked by default:

How do I *not* have the initial set of objects in separate folders for each schema?

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    Hi @eamonmaher

    I've been doing some testing around this and I'm unable to get the desired behavior, but I think I know the settings that need to be changed. I'm going to reach out to the development team and get some information from themselves! 

    I'll keep you posted!

    Kind regards

    Dan Calver | Redgate Software
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