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Undo Error In Procedure Editor.


#1

Greetings all,

I’ve stumbled upon a problem using the Stored Procedure Properties window. I have a data model up with multiple stored procedures, and here is now I replicated the problem.

  1. Open Stored Procedure A in the Stored Procedure Editor.
  2. Change Argument List for Stored Procedure A.
  3. Click Apply to lock changes.
  4. Select Stored Procedure B in drop down list.
  5. Make change to Argument List on Stored Procedure B.
  6. Click Apply to lock changes.
  7. Hit CTRL + Z to undo changes to stored procedure B.

If you go back to Stored Procedure A, notice changes have been reverted as well.


#2

Hello Dillie-O,

We’ve tested this issue, step by step, in current Beta 3.0.2.52. Unfortunately, we were not successful.
Whenever we press CTRL + Z to undo changes, only changes in stored procedure B are reverted. Changes in stored procedure A remains untouched, which is correct behaviour.

Are you successful to reproduce the problem?

Thanks.

Vladka + TDM Team


#3

Hmm, interesting. I was able to reproduce the problem, which is how I outlined the steps causing the error.

It may have been a typo, but I am currently using 3.1.2.52 of the beta. You had mentioned 3.0.2.52.

I’ll double check the issue when the next beta is released. I know I tend to have data models that “creep through” the beta cycle, so there may be something lingering because of that.


#4

Sorry for the typo, the current Beta version is 3.1.2.52.

We’re testing the problem also in the upcoming beta. So far, it’s been working fine.
Will keep verifying.

Thanks.

Vladka