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How to customize view of SQL Server Enterprise Manager on startup?

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Hi,

I've managed to get a couple of shortcuts on my desktop that log me
right into SQL Query Analyzer for whichever particular database I want
(using the isql.exe command line options). Now, I want to do a similar
customization for the SQL Server Enterprise Manager. I want to be able
to open SQL Server Enterprise Manager and have it pop me all the way
down into my particular database/tables view -> e.g. "Microsoft SQL
Servers\SQL Server Group\(LOCAL) (Windows
NT)\Databases\myDatabaseName". I'm hitting a local db server...

I've tried saving new consoles (.msc files), but that just doesn't seem
to do anything. I've tried using bookmarks, also, and they just don't
do anything at all when I select them.

Any ideas??

Jul 23 '05 #1
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On Dec 17 2004, 11:47 am, sh*****@lycos.co.uk wrote in
news:11**********************@f14g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com:
I want to be able
to open SQL Server Enterprise Manager and have it pop me all the way
down into my particular database/tables view -> e.g. "Microsoft SQL
Servers\SQL Server Group\(LOCAL) (Windows
NT)\Databases\myDatabaseName".


The closest thing you can do is use Startup Options under Tools | Options |
Advanced. This will highlight the same node on startup that was highlighted
when you closed EM.

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