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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.
Preferred (for current directory):
Preferred (for parent folder):
Preferred (for sub folder):
Preferred (for a subflder in parent folder):
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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.
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This is now possible in SQL Doc 220.127.116.11 EA or later using the sqldoc.exe command line with:
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.
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