Team Coding won't rename or delete objects if they've been renamed or deleted in the VCS backend. The VCS tab of the Team Coding Manager should reflect any changes or deletions in the VCS provider, but it won't automatically remove or rename database objects as a result you changing them in the VCS.
Team Coding is not designed to be a VCS client. It's designed to provide change control within the database and optionally allow simple versioning of those database objects in a VCS provider. As a result, the database and the objects controlled by your team project settings are original collection of objects and files that are managed.
Team Coding does have the option to prompt you if the DDL source between the database and the VCS are different so that you can view and/or merge those changes as needed. Any source files you add manually, however, like the Scheduled Jobs code, would need to be managed manually by the user.
Team Coding does give you some synchronization capabilities for controlled database objects from the Team Coding Configuration window. You can perform the following tasks:
- Create a new revision for your controlled database objects in the VCS
- Recompile your controlled database objects based on the source in the VCS
In both situations, only objects controlled by your Team Projects will be affected. As a result, things like Scheduled Jobs, etc which aren't controlled by Team Coding, won't be synchronized. Also, in the latter option, only objects currently in the database will be recompiled. The reason for this is because some users also store old objects in their VCS for historical and archival purposes. Recompiling objects found in the VCS that don't exist in the DB could easily adversely affect the database code functionality.
I'm still not quite following what you're trying to delete or rename, and where you're trying to do that which results in it still showing in Toad under the old name. Perhaps you could clarify this a bit more?
I hope this helps provide some answers to your questions. If you have any others, please feel free to ask.