I assume you want to either use the Team Coding Manager or the Schema Browser to access your controlled objects. With your all schemas setup, you won’t see controlled objects in the TC Manager until they are checked out and checked into VCS. We did this by design as we did not want to check your entire DB into VCS and display every object in the DB in the TC manager. I think 99% of users would prefer this way.
Currently, there is no way to filter in the TC Manager. You can however filter in the Schema Browser (left side filter button) and have access to your Team Coding Features. You can view objects of the same type from multiple schemas.
2 other options would be the SB Favorites tab or the Project Manager. I think the Project manager (View > Project manager) may be your best bet. Start by R-clicking in the PM and adding a schema, then add objects under your schema that you want to see (You can add multiple objects at once using Object Search filters). You will have full access to the same Team Coding menu in here that you do in the Schema Browser.
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For Team Coding-Team Project-All Schemas, can you include schema in your object filters?
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I’ve set up a Team Project in Team Coding and select all schemas.
Is there a way to include schema in my object filters? What I would like to see is a) everything from schema NWC and b) for all other schemas - just objects starting with Z
I know I could do this by setting up all schemas individually but there are several schemas so its fairly tedious. And if a new schema is added to the database, then it wouldn’t be included in the filter rules.
Also, when all schemas is specified, TOAD only populates the VCS slowly over time as objects are updated, rather than immediately moving everything in the database into the local repository and then into the VCS.
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