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DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available

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Hello, DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available for download in the early access section. http://www.minq.se/products/dbvis/eap [i]This version incorporates many internal changes that doesn't necessarily show in the user interface. We've made a lot of testing but still there may be defects that we're not aware of. Let us know if you find any![/i] (The users guide does not yet reflect the features in this early access version). Regards Roger

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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
Peter, Ok, in the next version the Where Filter feature will check the setting of Quoted Identifiers->Scripting. Currently it doesn't resulting in the error. The workaround that you've found by clearing the quotes are correct at the moment. Regards Roger
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
I have just seen, that i forgot to post the error message that is shown... It says: An internal error occured: Exception: java.sql.SQLException java.sql.SQLException: Character to numeric conversion error The error may have affected the application state. Please notify vendor. Bye, Peter
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
Sorry for answering late... i was a bit busy the last weeks ;-) These two options (scripting and auto complete) where already disabled. When enabling scripting (just to see what happens...) even clicking on the "Data" tab raises this error. Only workaround so far: clearing both start delimiter and end delimiter fields in Connection Properties, Delimited Identifiers. Bye, Peter
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
Peter, Did the workaround for the problem with auto generated quotes in Informix help? Regards Roger
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available - monitor
Ronald, Will take a look into this. Thanks for reporting it. Regards Roger
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available - monitor
Roger,I am trying to make use of the monitor. I see no evaluation for $$DBVis-time$$ and the data does not seem to be loaded in the grid. In the graph I only get the last point, no line.Did something change here that I missed, do I have a problem, or dbvis ?

In 5.1.1.1 it works ok, in 5.1.1.3 not.

thanks,Ronald.


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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available - ? -> :n
Hi Ronald, You're right that this is a bug. We've identified it and a fix will be included in the next version. Thanks! Regards Roger
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available - ? -> :n
--/
create or replace procedure x
is -- what happens to the questy mark ?
    x number;
begin 
  SELECT count(*) into x from dual;
end;
/

next look it up in the schema tree and compile the text as above and look what happens to the '?'

regards,
Ronald.
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available - ? -> :n
Hi Ronald, Did you execute the PL/SQL code as an anonymous SQL block in DbVisualizer (by enclosing it between "--/" and "/") or via SQL->Execute Buffer? If you did then please either post a sample block that is reproducible or email it to support@minq.se. If you did not then try it. Regards Roger
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available - ? -> :n
Hi Roger,what happens with a '?' in a piece of plsql code in oracle ?I see it's replaced by ':1' the first time and ':2' the second time. In my case it was in a comment (after '--' )regards,Ronald. (was editing in the procedure editor) Message was edited by: Ronald Rood
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
Hi Ronald, > what is the intention of the leaves under packages in > the schema tree ? Now the child only contains the > package name. It looks like it's meant to contain the > entries in the package == very very welcome. It is the body for the package. Displaying the names of the procedure and function names as childs are on the list. > The synonyms shows the object where the synonym > points to. OK. The action button has drop and rename > synonym. The DDL pane shows the create referred > object statements and not the create synonym text > that was expected. Yes, this is not very intuitive. It may appear as an easy fix but it isn't currently. I will look into it in more detail. > In sessions, a sort order in the tree would be nice > (sessionid or username) The current sort order is: order by status, si.consistent_gets + si.block_gets desc > I did not test this yet but does this version now > have the possibility to display the contents of a > tree objects in a viewer similar to the viewer fo the > sql commander ? (can I easily make a graph of runtime > behaviour of dbms_scheduler jobs ?) No this is not possible in this version. Regards Roger
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
This is a bug and will be fixed in 5.1.1.4. Thanks! Regards Roger
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
When I view query results using "Show as text", I'm unable to copy to the clipboard from the results pane. Product: DbVisualizer Personal 5.1.1.3 Build: #1194 (2007/02/08 09:31) Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM Java Version: 1.6.0-b105 Java Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc. OS Name: Windows XP OS Arch: x86 OS Version: 5.1
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
Peter, We'll have a look at this problem. A workaround is that you open the Connection Properties for the actual database connection and disable the following: [b]Delimited Identifiers->Use of Delimited Identifiers->Scripting[/b] Regards Roger
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Re: DbVisualizer 5.1.1.3 is now available
Roger, I couldn't find anything in the release notes about it: has the export option been disabled? When I try to use it in 5.1.1.3 nothing happens (either from the menu or the context menu). Regards, Benny