I was using TOAD 220.127.116.11 recently and noticed that my bug I reported a half decade ago is still quite active.
I was wondering if there was any progress on the matter, it’s a bummer when TOAD crashes. With the old TOAD 10, the schema browser would crash the moment a georaster object was viewed. With TOAD 12, viewing the georaster object in the schema browser seems on first blush to work (unless you expressly try and click on the metadata attribute at the end of the object) but soon after doing so TOAD will begin tossing errors left and right usually
with a helping of “nil font” messages. It seem like as with version 10 five years ago to be related to the schema browser simply not liking the embedded SYS.XMLTYPE in the georaster object.
DROP TABLE foo;
DROP TABLE foo_rdt;
CREATE TABLE foo(
CREATE table foo_rdt OF MDSYS.SDO_RASTER;
INSERT INTO foo VALUES(
,SYS.XMLTYPE(’<georasterMetadata xmlns="xmlns.oracle.com/…/totalDimensions><dimensionSize type=“ROW”>929352446729103257REGULAR828128128BSQNONENONEtruetrue50703030CENTERFunctionalFitting120712 -0 -0.03333333333333333182365 0.03333333333333333 -01BAND00255’)