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The Schema Browser screen provides valuable default Toad options set for the performance optimization On the right side. of the screen the user will see in alphabetical order the different screens associated with Toad Again we have selected. Windows on the left side to see the information on the right Pay particular attention to the third column being displayed. Auto Open As we review the information we can see that the Editor option is checked this is by default. If you continue to scroll down the selections on the right side of the screen you will also see Schema Browser By selecting. the Auto Open option here we have now set both the Editor and Schema Browser screens to auto activate when we log into. Toad as seen above at the bottom of the Toad Screen. Toad Login Sound, For most users working with Toad when you first log into Toad you will hear the sound of Toad a frog like sound If the user. wishes to turn off this setting select View Toad Options and on the left side chose Start Up The fourth option on the right. side Play Toad wave file is checked by default Just unselect this option to silence the Toad login sound. Schema Browser Settings, Schema Browser is a very important foundation screen inside of Toad There are some key internal settings to consider first. the look and feel of Toad The default setting for Toad is tabular view see below. To View or modify the look and feel of the Schema Browser Screen select View Toad Options Visual Windows Left. side Here we can see the option for Browser Style the default is tabbed but you have the option to select Tabbed. Dropdown or Tree view see below, Tabbed Object Type Selection If selected the Schema Browser object types will display in a tabbed interface. Drop down Object Type Selection If selected the Schema Browser object types will display in a dropdown box. Tree View If selected Schema Browser object types will display in a tree view in a left hand panel In this view you can. configure what nodes display by right clicking and choosing them. Schema Browser History,Also on the screen above we can see. History Limit Option Use this box to select the number of items the browser history will remember. Restore History on Connection If this option is checked if you disconnect and reconnect Toad will remember your Browser. history If unchecked when you end the connection the Browser history will be lost. Schema Browser Data Grid Limit, When working in the Schema Browser screen it is important to view table data information By selecting the Data tab on the.
right part of the screen this will produce a data grid for viewing data see below The user can limit how much data is being. fetched in the data grid view by selecting View Toad Options Schema Browser Data and Grids on the left side. Limit grid fetch, This option will limit the number of records Toad will fetch in a data grid This gives you the option of stopping if you do a. scrollbar drag to the end of an extremely large dataset If a value is entered Toad fetches only that number times the OCI. Array Buffer size defaults to 500 of results to the SQL results grids at a time This option applies to the Tables Data tab. Snapshots Data tab Views Data tab and the Editor Data Grids. Toad Editor Screen, The Editor screen also has some optional settings to assist the user in the performance optimization As stated earlier this is. a foundational screen inside of Toad The Toad Editor lets you edit many types of statements and code There are some key. internal settings to consider, The first four setting options to discuss are Code Folding Code Templates Syntax Highlighting and Formatting The location. for these is on the same settings screen,Code Folding. Code folding lets you collapse portions of your code so that you can see more of the code Then you can expand it when you. need to work with the folded code To access this Toad Option go to View Toad Optopns Editor Behavior Select the. Code Folding option on the right side,Code Templates.
Toad users have the capability to create their own stored code templates Existing Templates can be displayed by holding. your CNTL Key down and pressing the Space Bar A listing of key code templates will be viewed see below. To manage and create your own Toad Code templates select View Toad Options Editor Behavior and select the Code. Templates Box Here the user will have the option to add delete and delete Code Templates see below. It is highly recommended that you do not edit or delete the existing default Toad Code Templates. Syntax Highlighting, Use the Syntax highlighting box to configure highlighting settings for specified styles These styles can then be applied to. tokens or rules as necessary see below,Formatter Options. You can format CLEAN UP your code from the Editor in Toad To manage your code s style go to View Toad Options. Editor Formatter Options Here you can reformat your code to meet corporate wide standards before submitting your code. for the Production environment,Editor Font, Click the Editor font box to change the font for the selected languages default highlighting style The default highlighting style. cannot be renamed or removed see below,Code Snippets. Use this Toad Option to look up or copy Oracle SQL functions into the Toad Editor. To manage your Code Snippets go to View Toad Options Editor Code Assist You can use the Code Snippets area to add. edit or remove any of the code snippets see below, It is highly recommended that you do not edit or delete existing default Toad Code Snippets.
SQL Recall, Every statement executed in the Editor is added to the statement recall list This list is organized with the most recent SQL at. the top You can select a statement from this list and run it you can remove a statement from this list and you can name. your statements for easy recall In addition you can classify a SQL statement as either a Personal or Named SQL. To manage your SQL RECALL Settings Select View Toad Options Editor Code Assist. Here you will see two important SQL RECALL Setting options. Save only valid statements, When checked only valid SQL statements are saved in the SQL Recall area Unchecked all SQL statements valid or invalid. The default is checked,Statements to save, Enter the number of statements Toad should save to SQL Recall When the number of statements exceeds this number the. oldest ones will be deleted as new statements are added. The default is 500,Strip Code Statements and Manage Code Statements. The Editor window contains two functions that simplify copying SQL statements from Toad to code development tools such. as Delphi VB C Java or Perl and from those code development tools back to Toad The functions are Strip Code. Statement CTRL P and Make Code Statement CTRL M available from the Editor menu. Strip Code Statement, Strips off the code development tool syntax from the SQL statement ready to execute in Toad.
For example taking this VB code from the VB development tool copying it pasting it into Toad and running Strip Code. Statement changes the SQL statement from this,Sql select count as cnt. Sql Sql from all tables,Sql Sql where owner DEMO,Sql Sql and table name EMPLOYEE. select count as cnt,from all tables,where owner DEMO. and table name EMPLOYEE,Now the SQL is ready to execute in Toad. If you have multiple SQL statements in the Editor highlight the statement you want to strip before executing the Strip Code. Statement function,Existing Statement Example,Completed Stripped Code Example.
TOAD HIDDEN PERFORMANCE SECRETS Many of us who work with Toad have from time to time wondered if their might be a way to adjust or change some of the internal settings for better performance inside of Toad This document will cover some of the hidden gems inside of two of the key foundational screens of Toad the Schema Browser and the Editor Screen Start Up Settings Let s briefly talk about

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