Source / Target Selection Window Issue

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Source / Target Selection Window Issue

Postby howarthcd » Fri Dec 16, 2011 10:45 am

I've downloaded and installed the latest release of SQL Compare.

SQL Compare 10.0.0.140 Professional Edition running on Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit.

All seems well apart from the Source / Target selection window when editing a project or when opening an existing project created under SQL Compare 10.

I originally selected the Source Control -> Scripts folder option on both sides of the comparison, performed a comparison and then generated a synchronisation script. I then decided to select 'Edit Project' at which point the Source / Target selection window was displayed and none of the source or target options radio buttons were selected. I selected the Source Control -> Scripts folder options again and the 'scripts folder' entry box was blank on both sides of the comparison, forcing me to re-select the two folders, extremely annoying if you need to iteratively make refinements to the project settings.

I see the same behaviour when opening an existing project created under SQL Compare 10 - none of the originally-selected source/target options are selected.

SQL Compare 9 does not show the same behaviour when used with the same project file - i.e. the previously selected source and target options are pre-selected when opening an existing project file.

I'm happy to email a copy of the project file or screenprints to help troubleshoot the issue if required.

Thanks
Chris
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Postby neil.anderson » Fri Dec 16, 2011 4:52 pm

Hi Chris,

Thanks for telling us about this bug. We believe we have fixed it and it is available for you here:

http://downloads.red-gate.com/checkforu ... .0.143.exe

Please give that a go and let me know if the bug still persists.

Thanks,
Neil
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Postby howarthcd » Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:59 am

That seems to have fixed the problem that I was experiencing.

Thanks for the quick turnaround.

Chris
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