Sewage Drain Pipe

I'm installing a new toilet in workshop. The footing for the foundation will be about 12" deep. Can I/Should I run the drain pipe in the same footing trench. I could bury it just below the concrete with the appropriate grade or I could imbed it inside the concrete in the footing.
My reason for this is so I don't have to dig another trench for the drain pipe.
What are your thoughts on this.
Thanks, Ray
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Running pipe in the footing is verboten. Running pipe underneath and parallel to the footing is verboten. Crossing underneath the footing at a right angle is ok. Going through the footing at a right angle is ok provided you use a sleeve of larger pipe (actually two pipe sizes larger is code but don't worry about that).
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