PL/SQL Developer v13.0.6

Excel export functions now pass dates before Jan 1, 1900 as text to prevent conversion errors.
June 10, 2019 - 11:33
New Version

Features

  • Stability improvements.
  • Microsoft Excel export functions now pass dates before Jan 1, 1900 as text to prevent conversion errors.
  • Substitution variable IFEMPTY clause now supports select statements with bind variables to reference other substitution variables.
  • View stack dump function performance improved.

Fixes

  • After exiting PL/SQL Developer, a plslqdev.exe process could remain.
  • When copying and pasting a row in a SQL Window result set, line breaks would disappear.
  • View Error Stack function could truncate the stack when it is very deep.
  • Oracle Error messages longer than 1023 characters would be truncated.
  • Right Margin preference did not immediately apply to open editors.
  • Objects lists did not respond to object function shortcuts that included the Enter key.
  • Cursor loop variables were not always described by the Code Assistant.
  • Connection indicator did not have the correct size after a display DPI change.
  • Table drag & drop function for "Insert" and "Update" would include virtual columns.
  • Hint popup would not always disappear when using Alt-Tab.
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