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In Source Control for Oracle v5.7, you can update your database credentials – https://documentation.red-gate.com/soco/release-notes-and-other-versions/source-control-for-oracle-5-7-release-notes.
In 2019, we released Redgate Change Control, which is our migrations-based solution for versioning database changes. We are working towards merging these 2 tools into 1 tool for all your database versioning needs. At this time, we’ll hope to have a better way to edit other project information.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!
An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentAnonymous commented
There is another suggestion that has around 30 votes that is the same as this one. Having the ability to change passwords is essential. I think the other comments cover most of the reasons and identify accurately that this product should not have been released without the ability to change passwords. It is a bug more than a "feature request".
An error occurred while saving the commentAnonymous commented
The lack of this feature makes your product seem very clunky and unprofessional. It is common for people to change their DB passwords. So your solution is to delete the project then re-create it every X number of days, depending on password security policy. I'd see this as a bug rather than a feature. I locked my DB account several times trying to figure this thing out, becase I thought, "surely they wouldn't have done this without the ability to change the password"... "It is here somewhere". But nope it isn't.Anonymous supported this idea ·
I upgraded to the latest version 2 days ago and have noticed that there is no way to edit a project. So I imagine by "latest version" you mean a version that will be released shortly?