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  1. The "Link to a development database" wizard could be made more user friendly by moving less commonly-used options behind an expandable "Advanced Options" tab and providing auto-complete for database names once the server is known.

    Specifically, the Port, Encrypt, Trust Server Certificate, and JDBC URL fields could be hidden behind an expandable Advanced Options tab because they are less likely to be used or changed. Port, Encrypt and Trust Server Certificate should retain the last used values as they are likely to be consistent within any given organization.

    The Host and Instance fields could also be combined into a single…

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  2. When will you introduce a feature to ignore constraint names?

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    The Ignore constraint names option is currently available for both SQL Server and Oracle.  We hope to allow you to configure this through the Flyway Desktop GUI in Q2-Q3 2023.  You can currently do this in the configuration file - https://documentation.red-gate.com/fd/comparison-options-138347103.html.  
    Please let us know if you have any questions.
  3. SQLprompt has a bunch of rules in there, I'd love to see the performance rules available in Flyway

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