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Load object at caret


#1

TOAD 12.1.0.22

When I load a procedure or package in the editor and then R-click a view name in that window and choose “Load object at caret” I would like it to load in an editor window.
Now it opens the Describe window, which is the same action as when I would have chosen “Describe …” from the context menu.

Perhaps I’m overlooking an option, which is always possible in a TOAD environment :-), but if not, I wonder of this behaviour can be changed.

regards,

Peter


#2

This is a feature from way back that was in the Procedure Editor back when we had SQL Editor and Procedure Editor as two separate windows. It’s designed to only load PL/SQL, but it does make sense to load any object DDL. I’ll take a
peek.

Michael

On 10/30/2013 05:45 AM, p.vanrijn wrote:

Load object at caret

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TOAD 12.1.0.22

When I load a procedure or package in the editor and then R-click a view name in that window and choose “Load object at caret” I would like it to load in an editor window.

Now it opens the Describe window, which is the same action as when I would have chosen “Describe …” from the context menu.

Perhaps I’m overlooking an option, which is always possible in a TOAD environment :-), but if not, I wonder of this behaviour can be changed.

regards,

Peter

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#3

Thanks Michael.


#4

This is done for next 12.5 beta.

Michael

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RE: Load object at caret

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Thanks Michael.

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#5

Thanks a lot!

Peter


#6

Michael, just tested this: works like a charm. Thanks again.

Peter