When working with large databases, it takes considerable time and space to get all the options correct and the EXE generated. Unfortunately, this wizard-like process does not have a midstream reentry point.
After many hours of generating hundreds of gigabytes of DDL, DML scripting in the rgtemp folder, any error generated crashes the entire process and restarting the app will not even cleanup all those temp files, but start creating even more.
Each stage through the wizard should provide the user opportunity to save the progress; therefore, enabling an opportunity to restart at the last successful stage. Not to mention clearly manage the rgtemp file list, considering it's exclusively for this app.
In fact, the entire project works in a dialog! While unorthadox approaches are sometimes leading edge, in this case, loss of the ability to save the project is a considerable negative aspect.
I have yet to copy a 91 gb database for a host of reasons and am now very unsure of using/recommending this software at this point. This is very unfortunate, because it appears a significant amount of valuable work has been applied here and it portends to be a great solution....