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"Edit in SQL Query Builder..." does nothing [message #57154] Sun, 28 June 2009 23:21 Go to next message
Fex Brown is currently offline Fex BrownFriend
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

on two different machines i installed Eclipse 3.5 and tried to test the
DTP. Connecting and Quering works fine. But when i try to open the "SQL
Query Builder" nothing happens. No error, no Logentry, just nothing.

Build id: 1.7.0.v20090611-1239

Details: I connect to a Database,
open a SQL Scrapbook,
type a query and run it,
everything works fine until now.
Now I mark the query and right click and select "Edit in SQL Query
Builder..." in the contextmenu.

I would expect a new tab with the Query Builder, but nothing happens.

regards,
Felix
Re: "Edit in SQL Query Builder..." does nothing [message #436511 is a reply to message #57154] Thu, 30 July 2009 23:36 Go to previous message
Brian Payton is currently offline Brian PaytonFriend
Messages: 152
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Felix,

That combination works for me. The SQL Query Builder will open as a
dialog, not a new tab. Make sure the dialog is not covered up by the
main window.

Here's another thing to try:

1. Create a simple query such as "select * from myschema.customers"
using the SQL Scrapbook editor and save it in a .sql file, such as
"test1.sql" in a general project "project1". Close the SQL Scrapbook
editor.
2. Open a perspective or view where you can see the project, such as the
Project Explorer in the Resource perspective.
3. Right-click on the .sql file and do a Open With -> SQL Query Builder
action. This will open the query using the SQL Query Builder as an
editor rather than a dialog.

Fex Brown wrote:
> Hi,
>
> on two different machines i installed Eclipse 3.5 and tried to test the
> DTP. Connecting and Quering works fine. But when i try to open the "SQL
> Query Builder" nothing happens. No error, no Logentry, just nothing.
>
> Build id: 1.7.0.v20090611-1239
>
> Details: I connect to a Database,
> open a SQL Scrapbook, type a query and run it,
> everything works fine until now.
> Now I mark the query and right click and select "Edit in SQL Query
> Builder..." in the contextmenu.
>
> I would expect a new tab with the Query Builder, but nothing happens.
>
> regards,
> Felix
>
Re: "Edit in SQL Query Builder..." does nothing [message #596180 is a reply to message #57154] Thu, 30 July 2009 23:36 Go to previous message
Brian Payton is currently offline Brian PaytonFriend
Messages: 152
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Felix,

That combination works for me. The SQL Query Builder will open as a
dialog, not a new tab. Make sure the dialog is not covered up by the
main window.

Here's another thing to try:

1. Create a simple query such as "select * from myschema.customers"
using the SQL Scrapbook editor and save it in a .sql file, such as
"test1.sql" in a general project "project1". Close the SQL Scrapbook
editor.
2. Open a perspective or view where you can see the project, such as the
Project Explorer in the Resource perspective.
3. Right-click on the .sql file and do a Open With -> SQL Query Builder
action. This will open the query using the SQL Query Builder as an
editor rather than a dialog.

Fex Brown wrote:
> Hi,
>
> on two different machines i installed Eclipse 3.5 and tried to test the
> DTP. Connecting and Quering works fine. But when i try to open the "SQL
> Query Builder" nothing happens. No error, no Logentry, just nothing.
>
> Build id: 1.7.0.v20090611-1239
>
> Details: I connect to a Database,
> open a SQL Scrapbook, type a query and run it,
> everything works fine until now.
> Now I mark the query and right click and select "Edit in SQL Query
> Builder..." in the contextmenu.
>
> I would expect a new tab with the Query Builder, but nothing happens.
>
> regards,
> Felix
>
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