#79 Double logic on table click in Database Scructure

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nobody
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2011-05-28
2010-07-12
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Reproduce:
1. Connect to database
2. Switch to Database Structure
3. Double click on some table

Then open Database Detail (for this table) and table name copied in SQL Editor window.
For example:
I write sql query in SQL Editor and want to see table colunms. I double click on table, and can see columns but my sql query now is broken: table name written in some place of sql query (in current cursor position).

Need do something one.

Discussion

  • Heiko Hilbert

    Heiko Hilbert - 2010-07-13

    If you click once on a Element in the database structure view the details of this elemnet are schown (if available).
    If you click double the text of the current element is copied from the tree into the current editor, so you can easily pickup table and colum names in your query.
    If you want to expand/collpase a tree node (like table name) click on the arrow.
    Everything has tis own action no double logic.
    :-)

     
  • Roman V. Nikolaev

    >If you click once on a Element in the database structure view the details
    >of this elemnet are schown (if available).
    >If you click double the text of the current element is copied from the
    >tree into the current editor, so you can easily pickup table and colum
    >names in your query.

    Ok. I understand. But double click copy table name in SQL Editor and open Database Detail simultaneously. You need stop open Database Detail on double click.

    It`s can be bug of Eclipse? My:
    Version: 3.6.0
    Build id: I20100608-0911
    SQL Explorer 3.5.1 (And I see the small bug in about window =) )

     
  • Heiko Hilbert

    Heiko Hilbert - 2011-05-28

    The Database Details are shown because of a selection changed event. This is also thrown on a double click on the node, if it was not already selected. So you have to live with this. ;-)

     
  • Heiko Hilbert

    Heiko Hilbert - 2011-05-28
    • status: open --> closed
     

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