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PL/SQL Developer User Preferences (Windows 7) March 30, 2011

Filed under: Non-technical — Akdora @ 6:56 am

If you changed your computer and want “your PL/SQL developer login history and preferences” as well in your new computer. Copy the following folder to your new computer in the same path format!

C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\PLSQL Developer

If you need only the login history, open the following file:

C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\PLSQL Developer\Preferences\[username]\user.prefs

In the file, copy [LogonHistory] part to your new user.prefs file. It’s encrypted but it does not matter. PL/SQL Developer will dencrypt it :)

I need this, because I deal with a lots of database with a lots of schema.. It is really hard to remember the passwords sometimes, so i let the PL/Developer to remember them :) (Preferences > Login History > Store with Password)

 

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3 Responses to “PL/SQL Developer User Preferences (Windows 7)”

  1. Bob R. Says:

    What if your old PC was Windows XP?
    – Bob


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