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It appears there is a bug in the model clause where bind variables are not picked up for value entry at execution time. See the following simple example - if run in Toad, the window pops up to accept the bind variable value input, however the bind variable isn't listed.
Dimension by (dummy d)
Measures ('A' v)
v['X'] = :val
We have recently integrated TOAD Beta 126.96.36.199 with TFS. We have unchecked the "Add schema name to VCS file" and we are using the subfolder Structure of "Object Type / <filename>. We are then creating a project for each schema, to allow the schema name to not be included in the file name. It is working great!!!!
The problem that we have is that when VIEWs are checked into TFS, they contain the Schema Owner in the Create View Statement as well as the Schema Owner is included in the COMMENT ON COLUMN statements. Please note that Packages, Types, and Triggers all do not have the schema owner. Is there a way to stop this from happening? When we look at the view script, the schema owner is not included.
Second, if I have the "Team Coding Manager" View open and I am looking at the "Team Projects" tab, then attempt to drag a View onto the editor, it doesn't work. Yet the same action with a Package/Type/Trigger all results in that object being editable to me.
Finally, in one of our environments we have a configuration problem that is preventing anything from being checkout from TFS. So if I try and compile anything, it prompts me if I want to checkout, but the checkout never happens. The problem I have is that the compile occurs and there is no error that checkout failed. If I go to "Team Projects" and checkout the object, nothing happens. No error, no status that it failed. The only indication that it didn't work, is that the Green Circle did not change to a "checked out" icon. We are working to figure out why the checkout is failing, but the issue for the product is that the product is not alerting the user to the failure.
Thanks in advance for taking a look at these items,
I have toad for oracle 188.8.131.52 on windows 8.1 with 8 GB RAM. When i try to extract the schema script for a very large Schema and after 3.7 GB , the toad say out of memory error every time even when i re-try it. I have 8 GB and its not trying to use the full memory. Can someone help me out here. Thanks.
In the Trace File Browser, I have noted the following foibles:
Finally, I must say how pleased I am with this utility. I have written a little Trace file helper for my own use and it adds data to the end of most of the trace file lines:
Toad's Trace File Browser happily copes with these additional fields and shows no ill effects. Most impressive considering that other trace file utilities I have used barf all over the place when they encounter my additions.
If anyone is interested, I have a couple of Trace File utilities on GitHub. Search for TraceAdjust and TraceMiner2 if you are interested. Source code available, help yourselves.
I have been tasked to create an Intro to Oracle Tracing using the Trace File Browser within Toad. I've search all over the internet trying to find a guide or some sort of tutorial that can explain the tabs on the Trace File Browser for 12.10. Is there any one who can explain/describe what each of those tabs suppose to display or list?? For example, how can one explain what kind of information/data is on the Raw Data tab or the Waits by Object tab.
There appears to be a bug in the Toad Formatter when using the ListAgg() function within a Pivot. The formatter does not recognise that "Within Group" is valid and so fails with syntax check. This can be demonstrated with this simple query.
From ( Select 'Cheese' a, Level b
Connect By Level <= 5)
(Listagg (b) within group (order by 1) for a in ('Cheese'));
Looks like I choose the wrong button when customizing my toolbars. Both are called "Commit" in the Commands-list and have the same icon.However, they have two different tooltips:
CommitPerforms two commits (guess one is at the background-session?)
Commit changes to this connectionDoes not seem to do anything, at least according to the Spool SQL window
What is this button for?
TOAD v184.108.40.206 - Windows
Keyboard based Clipboard (Ctrl-X, C, V) operations in the TOAD editor seem intermittent. Sometimes it works often it doesn't. A similar symptom is seen with Shift based operations, such as capitalising characters. Only TOAD shows this issue. Other editor applications don't. I've downloaded a keyboard control code monitoring application and there are no issues with my keyboard. This is a TOAD issue.
Hi all,Toad 220.127.116.11 beta and last Toad 12.10, all x64 on Oracle 18.104.22.168 x64
Toad cannot run query of type:select count(S.SUBSCRIBER_NO) into :b0:b1 from
Problem is ":b0:b1" which toad see as :b0" and error is:ORA-01036: illegal variable name/numberBrgDamir
I am not sure what happened but I have Toad for Oracle 22.214.171.124 and the navigator panel no longer appears when I drag/drop a new file to open of a .pkb .
Thanks in advance for your help.