Is it possible to capture the SQL that would be generated by the TObjectManager on a call to Save, similar the the way a SQL Script can be obtained from the TDatabaseManager? I ask because I am running Aurelius against a 'Serverless' MySQL server. This works, but can be very time-consuming as each individual SQL statement requires a round trip to the server via HTTP. As a result, saving a single object can take up to a minute because of the number of statments executed. The Save operation runs in the background, but sometimes requires additional management (eg assuring all statements have executed before allowing app to quit). If I could acquire all of the SQL statements to be generated for a given Save operation I could send those statements to the server as a batch, thereby greatly reducing their execution time and lowering my risk.