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Shema Browser strange behavior in TOAD v10


#1

Hi there

I find strange behavior of Shema Browser or it is a bug.
So, if I open SB in TOAD v10 I have list of objects on the LHS and
also list of objects on the RHS.
If I mark the object on the LHS i get apropriate RHS screen like this:

As you might notice My options settings is Options --> Shema Browser -->
Left Hand Side ( Browser Style -Tabbed Multiline )
Now if I select Functions, Procedures or Packages tab, RHS screen
doesn’t apear. I must then right click and select Describe option
on the menu for appropriate menu.

If I change Options --> Shema Browser --> Left Hand Side ( Browser Style

  • DropDown or Tree ) everything works fine.
    Is this the bug or I am missing something ??

Thankk you and best regards!

Hi there

I find strange behavior of Shema Browser or it is a bug.
So, if I open SB in TOAD v10 I have list of objects on the LHS and also
list of objects on the RHS.
If I mark the object on the LHS i get apropriate RHS screen like this:

As you might notice My options settings is Options --> Shema Browser --> Left
Hand Side ( Browser Style -Tabbed Multiline )
Now if I select Functions, Procedures or Packages tab, RHS screen doesn’t apear.
I must then right click and select Describe option
on the menu for appropriate menu.

If I change Options --> Shema Browser --> Left Hand Side ( Browser Style -
DropDown or Tree ) everything works fine.
Is this the bug or I am missing something ??

Thankk you and best regards!

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#2

It’s a known bug Aci.



#3

I am having trouble in Toad 10.0 figuring out how to get debugging to run
through until it hits a breakpoint or error. I can run to cursor but that is not
what I want. I want it to just run after stopping on something and making sure
it is what I want.

Thanks!
Eva


#4

Use the lightning bolt button. It will continue execution until you encounter a breaking condition (breakpoint, watch with break condition, exception) or until execution of the program terminates.



#5

Eva,

Also make sure your proc/procedure/function is compiled with debug or we won’t
be able to stop at the breakpoints you set. There’s aoso a video tutorial on
debugging at http://toadfororacle.com/entry.jspa?categoryID=406&externalID=3395

Greg


#6

This is a known bug which went out with the 10.1.0.7 patch and will be fixed in the 10.1.1.8 patch which will be available in a week or so.



#7

Thanks Jeff. This moving from SQL Nav 3 to Toad 10 is more complicated than I had anticipated! I spend a lot of time feeling lost with too many buttons.

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#8

Yeah, going from Nav3 to Toad 10 is like going from Windows 3.11 to Win7,
continued good luck!