Toad for Oracle 12.0 or 12.1:
When editing PLSQL-Code with a Cursor with subselects:
Then press within Cursor lines: Shift-Enter: Then it appears an “Edit SQL” window, and after OK I need to put in lots of variables(with complex Cursor SQL), then OK again to execute SQL.
So there exist no more possibility to just press Strg+Enter when editing PLSQL code and between cursor lines like it works with Toad for Oracle 11.6. Very pity: My workaround with Toad 12: I need to mark the Cursor, put it in a new tab (Strg-C/Strg-V) and execute then.
Because some colleagues and me need this very often we did deinstall Toad 12 and reinstall Toad 11.6 again !
Therefore my question: Exist any possibility with Toad 12 to disable this new feature “Edit SQL” ? Or is it planned in further Toad for Oracle versions ?
I suggest one another option when “Edit SQL” has popped up: Another button “Original SQL without variables”, and after OK it would result same like Strg-Enter direkt with Toad 11.6.