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<value>Failed to back up file: {0}{1} Skipping formatting for this file.</value>
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Usage notes:
SqlFormatter &lt;filename or pattern&gt; &lt;options&gt;
is indentString (default: \t)
st spacesPerTab (default: 4)
mw maxLineWidth (default: 999)
sb statementBreaks (default: 2)
cb clauseBreaks (default: 1)
tc trailingCommas (default: false)
sac spaceAfterExpandedComma (default: false)
ebc expandBetweenConditions (default: true)
ebe expandBooleanExpressions (default: true)
ecs expandCaseStatements (default: true)
ecl expandCommaLists (default: true)
eil expandInLists (default: true)
uk uppercaseKeywords (default: true)
sk standardizeKeywords (default: false)
ae allowParsingErrors (default: false)
e extensions (default: sql)
r recursive (default: false)
b backups (default: true)
b outputFileOrFolder (default: none; if set, overrides the backup option)
l languageCode (default: current if supported or EN; valid values include EN, FR and ES)
h ? help
Disable boolean options with a trailing minus, enable by just specifying them or with a trailing plus.
You can also pipe the SQL to be formatted in (UTF-8 encoding), and then no input path is expected.
Examples:
SqlFormatter TestFiles\* /is:" " /tc /uk-
SqlFormatter test*.sql /o:resultfile.sql
echo select somecolumn from sometable | SqlFormatter
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