Is there a reason why the objects/SQL/messages part of the UI is structured
so that messages are visible while in
the objects view?
I can't see a reason and it's taking up valuable screen real estate :-)
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> Is there a reason why the objects/SQL/messages part of the UI is
> structured so that messages are visible while in
> the objects view?
> I can't see a reason and it's taking up valuable screen real estate :-)
With the addition of the SQL Filter on the Contents tab, it is now possible
to form bad queries that generate errors from the Objects view. In addition,
you might want to be aware of errors that are caused by circumstances outside
of SQuirreL's control. E.g. loss of connection due to network, server, or
I generally just resize the area so that only a couple of lines are showing.
It doesn't have enough space to show the error message, but it is big
enough that I notice the red text scroll by, indicating that something went
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