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Compare single object barfs when "save files in Unix format) is enabled.


#1

Afternoon folks,

I’m helping out on another call and noticed the following in 10.5.1.3
when comparing a single package body in two databases:

  • Note - I have the option to “save files in Unix format” turned on in
    view->options->editor.

  • Select all the details for the reference source.

  • Select for the Comparison Source

  • Click Compare - the results are multi-line but have lots of white
    space differences.

Try again:

  • Click “format before compare”
  • Click Compare - the results are now all on one line!

Try again,

  • View->Options->Editor->Save File In Unix Format is unchecked.
  • Click Compare - again, multi line results but whitespace problems.

Finally:

  • View->Options->Editor->Save File In Unix Format is unchecked.
  • Click “format before compare”
  • Click Compare - RESULT!!!

Cheers,
Norm. [TeamT]

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