Ok, thanks, that Advanced/Send seems to work. It seems to be reconstructing the diagram via reverse engineering, rather than retrieving the diagram from an archive.
And I think I see what is happening to my query builder tabs (although not sure why editor tabs remain).
I am using Import Wizard to ETL between databases.
In order to get Import wizard to populate the target box correctly, I need to have the “target” database open at the time I click the “add query” button ( and NOT have the source open).
But first to generate the extract sql for the source (so it can be pasted into the “add query” wizard screen) I need to have source database open.
So I open the source database, use query builder to get the sql, and then I have to close the source database so the Wizard won’t get confused (just want target open).
When I disconnect from the source database, TDP asks me if I want to save the source ETL query, which I say no, because I already have CNTL-C it for pasting into the wizard.
But it only deletes the tab for the Diagram, not the Editor. So that’s why (after a few uses of Import Wizard), I have a string of Edit tabs with no matching query builder tabs.
From: GregDavis11009 [mailto:bounce-GregDavis11009@toadworld.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2015 12:05 PM
Subject: RE: [Toad Data Point - Discussion Forum] Returning to diagram from editor
RE: Returning to diagram from editor
Reply by GregDavis11009
Before when I said you can right click the sql in Editor and visualize (older versions), the newer versions its right click Advanced/Send to Query Builder.
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