8 responses

  1. Erik
    October 8, 2013

    I’ m on 4 EA2 and don’t get the blue arrows. Is there a preference to turn this on?

    • thatjeffsmith
      thatjeffsmith
      October 8, 2013

      Erik, Rajesh, and Kees –

      I forgot that the Breadcrumbs feature broke in EA2, and this feature is tied to that. This was working in EA1, broke in EA2, and got fixed for EA3. So something to look forward to in the immediate future.

      My bad, I should have waited to post this till EA3 or you can go back to EA1 and play with this.

      I have EA1 and EA2 both going, and if you want to do something crazy like that – it will work just fine.

      • Erik
        November 7, 2013

        Hello Jeff
        is it fixed in EA4.3?
        I still do not see it. Do you have to turn it on in the preferences somewhere?

  2. Rajesh
    October 8, 2013

    Jeff,

    I am using sql-developer 4.0.0.12 against 10.2.0.5 database. I opened a package spec i don’t see “up arrow” and “down arrow” – do we need to set anything in preference to get this arrows ?

  3. Kees
    October 8, 2013

    Hi Jeff,

    I am running SD version 4.0.0.12 build 12.84 and i don’t see the blue arrows. Is there a setting somewhere what has to bee set?

  4. Jeffrey Kemp
    December 15, 2013

    Nice feature, but it seems a bit lacking in comparison to other tools that have done this for ages. Firstly, it doesn’t seem to have a keyboard shortcut. Secondly, when you open the package body, jump to the spec, then jump back to the body, it opens a new editor for the package body – so now I have the body open twice. Finally, the blue arrow doesn’t seem to always align to the actual declaration – sometimes it appears on the next line down, which is a blank line.

    • thatjeffsmith
      thatjeffsmith
      December 16, 2013

      No keyboard shortcut – correct, but a good enhancement for the next go-around.

      If I open the Spec, toggle to the Body, and back – no extra package editor. I see what you’re saying if you start in the Body though. That’s a bug, and I’ll log that.

      ‘doesnt seem to always align to the actual declaration’ – can you find me a std SYS package that exhibits this behavior, or share one of yours? I’m not seeing that.

      • Jeffrey Kemp
        December 16, 2013

        This morning after a restart the alignment problem seems to have fixed itself. Yesterday when it was putting the blue arrows on the wrong line, I did notice that SQL Developer was also putting the wavy red line underneath the semicolons for some reason – these have also disappeared. Might be related.

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