Hello - One of the first things I noticed when I began using version 6.1 was the change in behavior in response to the F9 key. According to the release notes:
- Toad recognizes and parses SQL more carefully and when you press F9 Toad now executes not all the statements in the current batch but exactly the selected statement. Write SQL as you are used to and do not be limited by necessity to use GO and etc. to separate statements. Toad will distinguish them for you
Is there any setting in Options where the user can switch the behavior back to the way it worked before? In older versions it was very efficient to press F9 and know that all the statements between the GOs would be executed. With this new behavior it will be necessary to highlight the group of statements within the script to be executed and then press F5 or F9. Having to highlight chunks of code is very inefficient. In fact, the old behavior of the F9 key is one of the reasons I preferred Toad over SSMS.