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I have a select statement with bind variables gathered using Oracle tooling while running a package via a Java Web application. I can run the SQL in Toad using the "Execute/Compile statement at caret" command, setting the variables. Here is the SQL:
(NOTE: I turned off "Refactor SQL before optimizing," and that got rid of a very unhelpful "Exception was thrown" error.)
When I try to run the same SQL using the "Auto-optimize SQL at caret using re-writes", I get this error message: "ORA-00905: missing keyword"
Is there any way I could get more detail on where this mysterious error is in the statement? I tried running it in SQL*Plus, but it works there.
Thanks in advance for any help you could offer.
Toad 32-bit 184.108.40.206
Will we ever get parenthesis matching the way it was before the v12.?? rewrite of Toad? Before the rewrite, I could click anywhere between 2 parentheses and they would be bolded, allowing me to easily see the start and end of the grouping I've clicked into. Since the rewrite, I first have to find the correct parenthesis and click next to it to have the other end highlighted.
in SB, display table data grid with filter, go to Columns tab (or some other tab), from Editor drop column, go back to SB and click on Data tab. Error popup that won't go away. I believe this is the sequence of events. Note that the filter did NOT include the dropped column. I clicked OK and X many, many times. Table has over 300,000 rows so I assumed popup would continue and opted to kill Toad and restart.