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In my notes 4.67 when I look at my workspace I see the database name in the box

Example

      Test Data
         on
        Local

But on my notes 5.010 when I look I see

      Test Data

It does not tell me where the database is sitting

Also on 4.67 when I find a replica of a database it places a triangle in the top right corner, but when I do the same in R5 it opens a complete new database box

Any clues - I know it has to be a setting somewhere
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HemanthaKumar earned 200 total points
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For showing the server and path, Goto View Menu and Enable Show Server Name.

Simlarly, the triangle Icon (Replica stack) can also be enabled through view Menu

~Hemanth
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Simple question - But I needed it

Thanks
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