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Toad 12.11 for Oracle - Team Coding VCS

Hi All,

We have installed Toad 12.11 and configure Team Coding with SVN.

When we try and check out a file from the Team Project, it creates a copy of the file in the SVN repository.

Every time a file is checked out it is duplicating the files in the repository which is not intended.

Is there a configuration which I am missing or is it the way Team Coding works?

Can you please point me a document which explains the installing Team Coding for Toad 12.11?


TOAD team coding expects your items (pkb, pks, sql) flat in one folder, called project. With any subfolder structures you won’t get happy.

If you have just one flat folder containing all items you can either check them out via TOAD or more reliably: use e.g. TortoiseSVN.

Having to switch to e.g. TortoiseSVN is a bit annoying at start but you get used to it pretty fast.

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Hi Neil,

Whenever you check out a database object, Team Coding will check to see if it exists within the VCS provider. If it does not, it will add it to the VCS provider the first time. It sounds like your Team Coding configuration is not matching your existing Subversion setup. Team Coding is very flexible on its configuration, and there are a number of ways you can try to get the Team Coding configuration to match your existing Subversion structure; however, it would help to know what that structure is.

You don’t need to use a flat-folder structure if you don’t want to. Team Coding is very capable of creating a custom folder structure for your objects. For a guide on setting up and configuring Team Coding, you can reference the following ToadWorld blog article (“Getting Started with Team Coding (NEW for Toad for Oracle 2016)”), which has a PDF document that outlines each step. Of course, if you have any questions on how to set up a specific custom setup, please feel free to post the question on here with what structure you’re trying to create, and we’ll do what we can to help. The getting started guide is located here:

I hope this information helps. Please feel free to let us know if you have any other questions, or if there’s anything else we can do. :slight_smile:


Hi John,

Once I let the team coding create the folder structure in SVN, all seems good. As long as it find the correct directory structure as the Team Coding expects then it is fine.

Thanks for the inputs.