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New items are not added to Team Coding

Note: I found this issue while running 12.9.0.10 beta, but it doesn’t feel like a beta issue, so I’m posting it in the main forum.

I created a new table with a create table command in the editor, but the table wasn’t added to the Team Project list in Team Coding. Refreshing the list didn’t help either. The only way I could find to add it to the Team Project (and also to TFS) was to select “Copy script to an Editor Window” from the Schema Browser, then in the editor I was able to check it out. This action added it to both TC and TFS. After that, I undid the checkout.

After this, I ran some tests to see the behavior of the other DB types that we use. The same scenario occurs for both indexes and views, but when I try to create a new package or trigger, I get a popup that makes me check out the new file before it compiles.

This is clearly the desired behavior, and tables, views, and indexes should behave the same. We don’t use the other object types, so I couldn’t test them.

Hey Roddy,

I can reproduce what you’re talking about here. Even though the table will ultimately be added to Team Coding, it probably should be added when it’s first created. This looks like another bug. I’ll open a bug ticket for this issue as well.

Thanks!

-John

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New items are not added to Team Coding

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Note: I found this issue while running 12.9.0.10 beta, but it doesn’t feel like a beta issue, so I’m posting it in the main forum.

I created a new table with a create table command in the editor, but the table wasn’t added to the Team Project list in Team Coding. Refreshing the list didn’t help either. The only way I could find to add it to the Team Project (and also to TFS) was to select “Copy script to an Editor Window” from the Schema Browser, then in the editor I was able to check it out. This action added it to both TC and TFS. After that, I undid the checkout.

After this, I ran some tests to see the behavior of the other DB types that we use. The same scenario occurs for both indexes and views, but when I try to create a new package or trigger, I get a popup that makes me check out the new file before it compiles.

This is clearly the desired behavior, and tables, views, and indexes should behave the same. We don’t use the other object types, so I couldn’t test them.

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I want to ask how Session browsers will display long ops and for the some of queries it not properly displayed in GUI

Please don’t attach your question to an unrelated thread. Start a new thread.

Hey Roddy,

This should be fixed in the next beta.

-John