I always set my filename template for exporting databases to local_@DATABASE@-%Y-%m-%d-%H-%M-%S.
This way, all exports are uniquely named, and are automatically dated by name. But, sometimes needs must and I clear cookies or caches, and phpMyAdmin seems to forget my file name template.
It would be cool if I could set a default value in the config file, and then also keep the customised one in a cookie on a per-database basis, if changed to something other than the default.
Not a biggie, just thought it was worth a mention.
It's already there and called $cfg['Export']['file_template_database'].
@nijel, thank you! I'm not a heavy user of phpMyAdmin, and had incorrectly assumed that the options listed in config.sample.inc.php were all of the possible options.
No, we have way more of them :-).
On the other side, more of them probably should be mentioned in our docs ... https://docs.phpmyadmin.net/en/latest/config.html#export-and-import-settings
Document more export configuration options
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