This provides for automatic backup (if available) and allows sharing.
But rather than starting from scratch, I prefer to open an existing script and "Save As" the new script name.
This allows me to modify a script file that has features I know works.
My program has to find its correct order and add it to the file. If possible give a source ...hello all I can write to a NEW text file "myfile.txt" by using: Buffered Writer out = new Buffered Writer(new File Writer("myfile.txt")); out.write(database Name "\n"); out.write(host Name "\n"); out.write(port Name "\n"); out.write(user Name "\n"); out.write(pass "\n"); ...
When working with a new script, I select "Multi-protocol" rather than "Single protocol because the UI is better.
I can sort actions only within the multi-protocol UI.
The name of the next new script is automatically incremented to noname2, etc.
The default Working Directory for v7 scripts is However, I prefer to use a folder on a network share created for specific projects.
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