I’ve been trying to reproduce the issue you’re describing in-house with our test server using Toad 12.9, but I’m not able to reproduce it. I upgraded our in-house PVCS test server to 8.5.3 (it was on 8.5.0) to make sure I was using the exact same version of PVCS as you. However, in all my tests, performing an Undo Checkout also unlocked the object within my PVCS Version Manager locally here. I did notice, however, that while PVCS Version manager refreshed itself after Toad performed a check-out, it did not automatically refresh itself after Toad performed an undo checkout. I had to manually press Ctrl+R to refresh the user interface.
Can you send me the output from your VCS Command Log and VCS Debug Log offline? That may help me be able to track down what may be happening on your machine.
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Subject: [Toad for Oracle - Discussion Forum] Toad 12.9 Team Coding with PVCS - Undo Checkout leaves object locked in PVCS
Toad 12.9 Team Coding with PVCS - Undo Checkout leaves object locked in PVCS
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First time post to Toad World. We are migrating from Oracle 11g to 12c, including Toad to 12.9. We migrated Team Coding, and find that if you Undo Checkout, the object remains locked in PVCS (188.8.131.52). Toad shows the object is available, but cannot check it out because it is locked. We have to login to the PVCS Manager and unlock the object. Checking in the object removes the lock successfully.
I see another post that the object is not reverted back to its original state and recompiled like it used to do, and that this might have been done intentionally. If it is a performance issue, it would still be nice to have that as an option. We would prefer to revert the object. For the most part, we like the new version.
Thank you for your help.
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