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Feature Request: Relational Output Path

lewismotenlewismoten Posts: 58
edited October 4, 2011 2:06PM in SQL Doc Previous Versions
I would either like to feed a path into the command line utility, or have it specified in the project file "HtmlPath" to be relational to either the project file, current directory, or command utility.

Now:
<Project HtmlPath="D:\TeamBuilds\xxxx\dev\WorkingDirectory\xxxSolutionDev\xxx.Library\Documentation"

Preferred (for current directory):
<Project HtmlPath=".\"

Preferred (for parent folder):
<Project HtmlPath="..\"

Preferred (for sub folder):
<Project HtmlPath="Output"

Preferred (for a subflder in parent folder):
<Project HtmlPath="..\Output"

Comments

  • I have logged your feature request in our tracking system and it will be considered for a future release of SQL Doc although we have no timescales for this at present.
  • This is now possible in SQL Doc 2.1.0.220 EA or later using the sqldoc.exe command line with:

    /outputfolder:<outputfolder>

    This overrides the setting defined in the project and therefore allows SQL Doc's output to be used as part of a build process such as continuous integration.

    Please try this and let us know how you get on.

    David Atkinson
    Product Manager
    Red Gate Software
    David Atkinson
    Product Manager
    Redgate Software
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