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gemisigo



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According to Help:
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Choose the Custom-case option to have the keywords
formatted exactly as they are entered in the keywords list.

but that option does not seem to be respected. I converted every keywords there to uppercase, with the exception of the built-in data type names, which were left lowercase, yet they are still converted to uppercase when entered into the editor.

By the way, the last version comes with the help pdf having its permissions set to deny copying from it. Was that intentional? If yes, why?

EDIT: Strange, after several restarts of both SA and SQL Editor it works now...


Last edited by gemisigo on Tue Oct 11, 2016 8:22 am; edited 1 time in total
Tue Oct 11, 2016 6:07 am View user's profile Send private message
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According to Help:

Quote:
Choose the Custom-case option to have the keywords
formatted exactly as they are entered in the keywords list.

but that option does not seem to be respected. I converted every keywords there to uppercase, with the exception of the built-in data type names, which were left lowercase, yet they are still converted to uppercase when entered into the editor.



I'm not able to reproduce that one. Would you please try restarting the development environment and see it obeys your changes in the options? Also please verify the options actually did change.


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By the way, the last version comes with the help pdf having its permissions set to deny copying from it. Was that intentional? If yes, why?

I'm not sure it is intentional. I'm going to check that one.
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gemisigo



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I did that and now it works, thanks.
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