For scripts in Team Coding, you’ll need to first select your VCS project before you check in your script. There’s a “Select Project” button in the editor’s toolbar that will let you do this. With many VCS providers, there’s no good way to determine the corresponding VCS project based off of the local folder.
I’d like to see if I can improve VCS project handling for scripts inside of Toad; but until that can be accomplished, you’ll need to select your project manually for scripts before checking them into your VCS provider.
From: herald.ten.dam [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2016 3:12 AM
Subject: [Toad for Oracle - Beta Discussion Forum] Scripts and vcs
Scripts and vcs
Thread created by herald.ten.dam
I make a lot of scripts for data manipulation. So not added to TC but possible to checkin to VCS (git). For this I made a directory in the project of the owner of the objects, named SCRIPTS (so structure is: <GIT_HOME/SCHEMA/SCRIPTS>). I save the file to this directory and then tell to TOAD to add the file to VCS (button with white paper and +). TOAD comes up with the add to VCS screen, but saves the file to a complete other directory. If I checkin an object, then TOAD will save to that directory, if nothing has happened before (after startup of TOAD), he asks for a project and saves to that. There is no possibillity to change the directory on checkin, and you see only afterwards where he puts the file if you have vcs logging enabled.
Is this intended to work this way, for now it is not working for me?
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