I did two simple tests and in both cases Ctrl+Shift+C created the procedure stub in the package. Test #1 package spec and body loaded into different tabs. Test #2 package spec and body loaded in the same tab. Similarly if I only have a package spec Ctrl+Shift+C
is creating a body stub on a new tab.
Verify that the paths to your PL/SQL templates are correct. See View|Options|Proc Templates. Note the filename paths in the grid. There was a bug that was fixed in recent releases when upgrading. Paths in your Toad.ini that pointed to the User Files folder
were not being corrected to point to the new User Files folder when copying user files. That has since been fixed, but users hit with the issue on earlier upgrades would not have their paths corrected even when upgrading to the latest Toad.
On 08/19/2014 05:44 PM, david50357 wrote:
What happened to “Shift+Ctrl+C” ??
Thread created by david50357
I thought I was going mad.
I may still be going mad - but I have found what I was looking for:
An occasionally used but immensely helpful feature was the “Shift+Ctrl+C” to autogenerate a package body from a spec. I went back to my Toad for Oracle 11.6 installation - it’s still there. In my shiny new Toad for Oracle 12.5 installation - it’s not there
Please tell me how I can get this back
(And, by the way, reverting to my Toad for Oracle 11.6 installation is not out of the question. Between this and some horrid loss of functionality with the Code Formatter in recent versions, I am rapidly losing my appetite to continue to upgrade altogether!)
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