[This topic is migrated from our old forums. The original author name has been removed]
I'm having an issue where DBV crashes when saving a stored procedure being edited in a separate window. The first time I save it, everything works fine - I get the "DROP and CREATE" warning, and the procedure is saved. After it has been saved once, trying to save any further changes comes up with a Java exception:
... and so on ...
This ONLY seems to happen when editing in a separate window. Saving a stored procedure being edited in the "Procedure Editor" pane of the main "Object View" has no such problem.
I was just wondering if this was a known bug? I can work around it, but editing the SP in the main window can be a pain because switching from "Object View" to the "SQL Commander" pane is not allowed when there are unsaved changes in the SP. If I use the separate window to edit, I have to remember to close it and reopen it every time I save, which messes up whatever I'm looking at currently in "Object View".
I'm on a Mac, connecting to mySQL 5.0.45 (but the problem happens on 5.1.35 as well). Java info is:
Product: DbVisualizer Personal 6.5.7
Build: #1368 (2009/06/18 13:15)
Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM
Java Version: 1.6.0_13
Java Vendor: Apple Inc.
OS Name: Mac OS X
OS Arch: x86_64
OS Version: 10.5.8
Edited by: David Oberst on 25-Aug-2009 12:03 PM