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DbVisualizer 5.1.1.5 is now available

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Hello, DbVisualizer 5.1.1.5 is now available for download in the early access section: http://www.minq.se/products/dbvis/eap In addition to the change log for this EA has the following features been fixed. (They were poorly integrated in the previous EA version): - Table data editing with the inline and form editors - Creation of monitors in the Data tab - "Browse row in form" didn't work Best Regards Roger

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Bug: When changing font for grids, the font for the row numbers is not changed accordingly leading to misaligned row numbers (see attached screenshot) Look: i don't like this Office 2003 look under Windows which does not respect my theme (even with Windows Classic selected). Please give me back the look from 5.1.1. Bye, Peter Message was edited by: Peter Nagel
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Pater, Does the font problem appear even if you re-start after changing the font size? Regards Roger
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Restart of DBVis solves the problem. Bye, Peter
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Peter, Ok. I assumed that too. We'll change so that the row header font is set accordingly without needing to re-start. Thanks! Best Regards Roger
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1) copy is not working smooth as it was until 5.1.1.1 (from the result grid in sqlcommander) Select a column from the grid, use ctl-C and paste it in an editor. 2) on macosx the columns in the result grid do not size like it should (it does on xp). try with (select dbms_metadata.get_ddl('TABLE','SQLPLUS_PRODUCT_PROFILE','SYSTEM') from dual) On macosx this gives a short column that is hard to resize. 3) when I have multiple connections open and point on a diffent connection I get a Confimation Alert, for no apearant reason. 4) after startup it takes ages before I can open a connection from the tree. What I see happening is changing TZ settings from the default to that configured in the tools properties. 5) The hints are still stripped from the sql, despite the fact I set '/* ' as block comment start. Hints in oracle always start with '/*+'. So my setting is not saved and I think dbvis needs to do this smarter. regards Ronald. http://ronr.nl/unix-dba
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Ronald, > 1) copy is not working smooth as it was until 5.1.1.1 > (from the result grid in sqlcommander) Select a > column from the grid, use ctl-C and paste it in an > editor. "smooth"? Just tried and it work smooth here. > 2) on macosx the columns in the result grid do not > size like it should (it does on xp). > try with (select > dbms_metadata.get_ddl('TABLE','SQLPLUS_PRODUCT_PROFILE > ','SYSTEM') from dual) > On macosx this gives a short column that is hard to > resize. I get one column which is propery resized. Please post a screenshot. > 3) when I have multiple connections open and point on > a diffent connection I get a Confimation Alert, for > no apearant reason. This is a bug and will be fixed. > 4) after startup it takes ages before I can open a > connection from the tree. What I see happening is > changing TZ settings from the default to that > configured in the tools properties. So you have altered the Time Zone settings and think that is the problem it takes time? > 5) The hints are still stripped from the sql, despite > the fact I set '/* ' as block comment start. Hints in > oracle always start with '/*+'. So my setting is not > saved and I think dbvis needs to do this smarter. We'll look at this. Thanks for your post! Regards Roger
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>> 1) copy is not working smooth as it was until 5.1.1.1 >> (from the result grid in sqlcommander) Select a >> column from the grid, use ctl-C and paste it in an >> editor. >"smooth"? Just tried and it work smooth here. I use with ctl-C, not with the menu. Using the menu it works, using the keyboard I have a hard time getting the contents of a cell in the sql commander editor. R.
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Ronald, Does the copy key binding work better in 5.1.1.6? Regards Roger
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Roger,

It does work for the data grid in the object view, not from the result grid in the sqlcommander.

regards,
R.
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Ronald, Ok, got it. Copy via key binding seem to work fine if the result set grid is edit enabled while it doesn't for read-only result sets. I'll look into it. Thanks! Regards Roger
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>> 2) on macosx the columns in the result grid do not >> size like it should (it does on xp). >> try with (select >> dbms_metadata.get_ddl('TABLE','SQLPLUS_PRODUCT_PROFILE >> ','SYSTEM') from dual) >> On macosx this gives a short column that is hard to >> resize. >I get one column which is propery resized. Please post a screenshot. On XP I also get one column but one that is much wider/usable. On macosx I got what you see in the image. I also tried ALLOY. R.
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Ronald, You probably need to open Tool Properties and set another value for "Max Column Separator Width". Set it to -1. Regards Roger
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yep, that did the trick :-D
It was 300 pixels...

Thanks Roger,
R.
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We appear to have lost the "stop execution" button off the sql editor toolbar. And I think this carries over from 5.1.1.4 but the list of schemas in the sql editor is not restricted by the filters I've set up. I used to have a default schema that was auto-selected in the schema dropdown but that seems not to work now (although I set it up so long ago I can't remember how I achieved it in the first place).