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Bug found in 10.1.0.7, use F4 twice


#1

While I wast typing a query in SCHEMA_A, I used the F4 function to inspect the
definition of view in another schema SCHEMA_B. That works ok.

In script definition of this view there was a reference to the table in
SCHEMA_B. So I clicked on the table name and used F4 again to inspect the
properties of that table. To my surprise, I got the properties of the user
SCHEMA_B.

It does not matter if I select the table name or not.

Groetjes,
Wim


#2

Sorry, forget this report of a bug. The table did not exist in SCHEMA_B. That
Toad does not report the problem with the table is one thing, but that is a
discussion that I won’t start. The fact that I did not notice the error is
due to the fact that it was the test environment. A not often used database.

Groetjes,
Wim

On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 13:11, Wim de Lange wrote:

While I wast typing a query in SCHEMA_A, I used the F4 function to inspect
the definition of view in another schema SCHEMA_B. That works ok.

In script definition of this view there was a reference to the table in
SCHEMA_B. So I clicked on the table name and used F4 again to inspect the
properties of that table. To my surprise, I got the properties of the user
SCHEMA_B.

It does not matter if I select the table name or not.

Groetjes,
Wim