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When I try to connect to Oracle database I encountered the following error:
System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundExceptionThe given key was not present in the dictionary.Stack Trace: at System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary`2.get_Item(TKey key) at Quest.Toad.Db.ConnectionProxy.Implementation.ConnectionImplementation.GetObject(Int32 objectId) at Quest.Toad.Db.ConnectionProxy.ProxyConnection.GetImplementation() at Quest.Toad.Db.ConnectionProxy.ProxyConnection.GetActualState()
The application cannot show database tables and then asks me to close it.
windows 7 64 Bit, TDP 126.96.36.1995 Pro edition.
I would appreciate some help.
I'm using TDP 4.0 Beta and have started to often receive FTP timeouts saying timeout waiting for the packet from handler. I never experienced this in earlier versions, plus when I retry, the file goes over fine. This is with multiple different FTP sites as well, which is odd how its happening to so many. The question I have is, is there a way to change the timeout settings on FTP, or set up retry's, etc. for FTP processes using the FTP activity in automation?
I am using TDP Beta 188.8.131.529 on Win 7 and noticed an issue when using the Export Wizard to attempt to export data from all SalesForce objects I have access to. If I select Database / Tables and choose the correct Server instance as shown below:
When I get to the Select Columns screen, all roughly 500 tables are available as seen below:
However when I execute the export, it does not see any objects and exports nothing. I can run the Export Wizard and select Tables on the first screen, then manually select each of the 500 tables and the export will run fine. I just tried this as well in the latest TDP 3 version and hit the same issue. Is this something that hopefully will be fixed for TDP 4 or is there a way when presented with a long list of tables in the Export Wizard you can select all of them?
I can send you .log and .txp files for both the painful manual selection process that works and the much easier process that fails if that would help.