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Code complate [again ;)]

Code complate [again ;)]

My feature request was not related to the filter in the Object Explorer. I will
try to adapt it according to your example. You entered “ate” in Object
Explorer. Then you typed "select * from " in the editor and klicked
the filter button in the code completion popup. Now you get all relevant
objects, that has %ate% in it. That’s fine so far.

In my scenario, you don’t filter anything in Object explorer. You just go to
editor and type “select * from ate”. Then you get all relevant objects
that has %ate% in it. Of course, this is not always the desired behavior. Also I
assume that it will be slower than the “ate%” search because you
cannot make use of indexes. Therefor it shouldn’t be the default but only an
option. You should be able to turn it on by a button next to the “apply
filters” option unter the code completion popup. Name suggestion: “use
full-text search while typing” :slight_smile:

Regards
Ercan

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 6:24 PM, Anastasia Ukolova

wrote:

Hello Ercan,

This filter works in  the way you are stated above

Are you watching  another behavior?

 

Thanks,

Anastasia

image001.jpeg

My feature request was not related to the filter in the Object Explorer. I will
try to adapt it according to your example. You entered “ate” in Object
Explorer. Then you typed "select * from " in the editor and klicked
the filter button in the code completion popup. Now you get all relevant
objects, that has %ate% in it. That’s fine so far.

In my scenario, you don’t filter anything in Object explorer. You just go to
editor and type “select * from ate”. Then you get all relevant objects
that has %ate% in it. Of course, this is not always the desired behavior. Also I
assume that it will be slower than the “ate%” search because you
cannot make use of indexes. Therefor it shouldn’t be the default but only an
option. You should be able to turn it on by a button next to the “apply
filters” option unter the code completion popup. Name suggestion: “use
full-text search while typing” :slight_smile:

Regards
Ercan

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 6:24 PM, Anastasia Ukolova

wrote:

Hello Ercan,

This filter works in  the way you are stated above

Are you watching  another behavior?

 

Thanks,

Anastasia

int_1.jpeg

My feature request was not related to the filter in the Object Explorer. I will
try to adapt it according to your example. You entered "ate" in Object
Explorer. Then you typed "select * from " in the editor and klicked
the filter button in the code completion popup. Now you get all relevant
objects, that has %ate% in it. That's fine so far.

In my scenario, you don't filter anything in Object explorer. You just go to
editor and type "select * from ate". Then you get all relevant objects
that has %ate% in it. Of course, this is not always the desired behavior. Also I
assume that it will be slower than the "ate%" search because you
cannot make use of indexes. Therefor it shouldn't be the default but only an
option. You should be able to turn it on by a button next to the "apply
filters" option unter the code completion popup. Name suggestion: "use
full-text search while typing" :slight_smile:

Regards
Ercan

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 6:24 PM, Anastasia Ukolova

wrote:

Hello Ercan,

This filter works in  the way you are stated above

Are you watching  another behavior?

 

Thanks,

Anastasia

image001.jpeg

Hello Ercan,

I’ve understood your suggestion. I’ve create CR 85282

Thanks,

Anastasia
image001.jpeg

Hello Ercan,

I’ve understood your suggestion. I’ve create CR 85282

Thanks,

Anastasia

Hello Ercan,

I’ve understood your suggestion. I’ve create CR 85282

Thanks,

Anastasia
int_1.jpeg

Hello Ercan,

I’ve understood your suggestion. I’ve create CR 85282

Thanks,

Anastasia
image001.jpeg

Hello Ercan,

I’ve understood your suggestion. I’ve create CR 85282

Thanks,

Anastasia
image001.jpeg

Hi Ercan,

I think it should be fixed in the latest TSS build.

Thanks,

Cathy.