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Execute SQL in the run toolbar button? [message #45391] Sat, 14 June 2008 21:09 Go to next message
Emiel van Rooijen is currently offline Emiel van RooijenFriend
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Would it be an idea to have the "Execute SQL" context menu become part of
the "Run" toolbar button. As a Java developer I tend to go to the "Run"
button in the toolbar to re-execute the last thing I ran (e.g. Java
program, unit tests, server, etc.). With my SQL scripts I tend to do this
whenever I made a mistake in my script, only to realize that I have to
right click and execute the SQL on the file in the navigator instead,
which is somewhat inconsistent imho.

I did a quick scan of the groups and bugzilla and could not find anything
related to this. Dunno know if I'm a dupe... Obviously this is a minor
issue, but if this is regarded as something that can add value to DTP, I
can add a bugzilla enhancement request if you like. Let me know what you
think!

Cheers,
Emiel van Rooijen
Re: Execute SQL in the run toolbar button? [message #45510 is a reply to message #45391] Mon, 16 June 2008 02:35 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: hui.cao.sybase.ocm

There's a Data Tools launch configuration which allows you to run ad-hoc sql
statements, but I don't think that's the feature you want, because it won't
pick up any changes you made to the sql in your file. So I guess you're
requesting some kind of "Run SQL file" launch configuration, right? Sounds
like a good idea, please go ahead and add a BZ entry. Thanks!
--
Best Regards!

Max (Hui) Cao
Sybase Shanghai RD

"Emiel van Rooijen" <emiel.van.rooijen@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:fa0ad4b3c302c2ec8c38e4b55c9efb21$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Would it be an idea to have the "Execute SQL" context menu become part of
> the "Run" toolbar button. As a Java developer I tend to go to the "Run"
> button in the toolbar to re-execute the last thing I ran (e.g. Java
> program, unit tests, server, etc.). With my SQL scripts I tend to do this
> whenever I made a mistake in my script, only to realize that I have to
> right click and execute the SQL on the file in the navigator instead,
> which is somewhat inconsistent imho.
>
> I did a quick scan of the groups and bugzilla and could not find anything
> related to this. Dunno know if I'm a dupe... Obviously this is a minor
> issue, but if this is regarded as something that can add value to DTP, I
> can add a bugzilla enhancement request if you like. Let me know what you
> think!
>
> Cheers,
> Emiel van Rooijen
>
Re: Execute SQL in the run toolbar button? [message #591481 is a reply to message #45391] Mon, 16 June 2008 02:35 Go to previous message
Hui Cao is currently offline Hui CaoFriend
Messages: 29
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
There's a Data Tools launch configuration which allows you to run ad-hoc sql
statements, but I don't think that's the feature you want, because it won't
pick up any changes you made to the sql in your file. So I guess you're
requesting some kind of "Run SQL file" launch configuration, right? Sounds
like a good idea, please go ahead and add a BZ entry. Thanks!
--
Best Regards!

Max (Hui) Cao
Sybase Shanghai RD

"Emiel van Rooijen" <emiel.van.rooijen@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:fa0ad4b3c302c2ec8c38e4b55c9efb21$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Would it be an idea to have the "Execute SQL" context menu become part of
> the "Run" toolbar button. As a Java developer I tend to go to the "Run"
> button in the toolbar to re-execute the last thing I ran (e.g. Java
> program, unit tests, server, etc.). With my SQL scripts I tend to do this
> whenever I made a mistake in my script, only to realize that I have to
> right click and execute the SQL on the file in the navigator instead,
> which is somewhat inconsistent imho.
>
> I did a quick scan of the groups and bugzilla and could not find anything
> related to this. Dunno know if I'm a dupe... Obviously this is a minor
> issue, but if this is regarded as something that can add value to DTP, I
> can add a bugzilla enhancement request if you like. Let me know what you
> think!
>
> Cheers,
> Emiel van Rooijen
>
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