Toad® for SQL Server

Version 4.6.0  

Release Notes

December 9, 2009


Contents

Welcome to Toad for SQL Server

New in this Release

Resolved Issues and Enhancements

Known Issues

Third Party Known Issues

System Requirements

Global Operations

Installation

For More Information

 


Welcome to Toad for SQL Server

Toad for SQL Server is a database development and administration solution that provides productivity features for rapidly creating and executing queries, automating database object management, developing SQL code, as well as instant access to SQL Server expertise.

Developers and administrators have access to a community of users, peers, and experts to help solve development and administration issues and assist in developing applications and feedback for improving Quests products.

Quest Software, Inc., a leading enterprise systems management vendor, delivers innovative products that help organizations get more performance and productivity from their applications, databases, Windows infrastructure and virtual environments.


New in This Release

Review the following sections for updates in this release and new features:

General

You can increase screen real-estate in Toad by pressing SHIFT+ALT+ENTER or selecting View | Full Screen from the menu to hide the default toolbars and display Toad in full screen mode.

In full screen mode, you can switch back to your previous screen size and displayed toolbars by clicking Full Screen beside the menu.

Connections

Database Administration

Object Explorer

ER Diagram

When opening a previously saved Query Builder file, you can right-click the Diagram pane and select Refresh to get the latest objects from the database, including added/removed columns and data type updates.

Data Management

General

For new installs, the default has been set to move the cursor to the previous/next row when the left or right arrow key is pressed. You can set or clear this option in Tools | Options | Environment Grid.

Export Wizard

Support for exporting directly to Excel 2007 and Excel 2010.

Query Development

Query Builder

Editor

Group Execute


Resolved Issues and Enhancements

The following is a list of issues addressed and enhancements implemented in this release of Toad for SQL Server.

Feature Resolved Issue Defect
Installation/
Upgrade

If you migrate settings from the a previous release, attempting to search www.SQLServerPedia.com using SHIFT+F1 in the Editor or using the default Quick Search field (top-right) no longer results in missing functionality.

ST65352

Connections

Currently, Toad does not support restricted SQL Server users. Attempting to connect to a database if you have restricted SQL Server privileges results in an "Unable to cast object of type 'System.DBNull' to 'System.String'" error message.

ST66935
In some instances, connecting to a database no longer results in a "Data at the root level is invalid" error. ST67430
Attempting to connect to a database and immediately view a table's Data tab in the Object Explorer no longer results in an error. ST66935

Saved Toad Connection Script (.tcs) files now connect to a database if the connection was automatically imported from Management Studio.

ST55997
Data When viewing data, all Chinese characters now display correctly. ST63165
Editor Opening a very large file in the Editor no longer results in an error. ST41829
Code Completion updates:
  • In some instances, code completion generated an error when typing a SELECT statement. This issue has been resolved.

  • After entering "SELECT", pressing SPACE now invokes code completion. By default, a list of tables and views display at the top of the code completion list.

    If you select an owner or database from the list, Toad inserts that object name. However, if you select the actual table, view, or other object name, Toad inserts the text "FROM objectname". It also leaves the cursor at a space before the "FROM objectname". For example, if you select the table Person.Address in the AdventureWorks database you would end up with the following: SELECT | FROM Person.AdventureWorks

    The | character represents the cursor position. From there, you can press CTRL+PERIOD to invoke code completion again and select a list of columns from the table you just inserted.

  • For Code Completion to work with INSERT statements, you must specify the INTO keyword.

ST60775

ST66798

ST64519

You can now resize the batch pane in the Execution Plan tab. ST64432
Import Wizard You can now import Excel 2007 files that are saved using an xlsx format.

ST42416

Object Explorer/ Database Explorer When browsing objects, a "System.InvalidOperationException: There is already an open DataReader associated with this Command which must be closed first" error no longer occurs. ST60516
If you execute a script in the Editor with autocommit disabled, and then hover over a node in the Object Explorer, Toad no longer appears to hang. ST55294
When executing a script in an object editor window (Create/Alter/Drop), the execution now occurs in the background so you can continue to use Toad. ST66831

Agent Node:

(SQL Server Express Edition only) When selecting an object type under the Agent node, Toad no longer closes unexpectedly.

ST67533

Databases:

  • Performance has improved when generating a data script for a table that has an IDENTITY column.

  • Copy/Move Databases wizard:

    • When copying a database using the Copy/Move Database wizard, a warning message now displays if the required SQL Server Backwards Compatibility tools are not installed.

    • When copying or moving a database using the Copy/Move Database wizard, if you select the Schedule package execution option on the Select Package Execution page, you can now automatically delete the job if it succeeds.

  • Backup Database window:

    • When backing up with LiteSpeed, you can now set the throttle option under Advanced options on the General page.

    • The SQL Script in the Backup Database window is now formatted to make reading it easier.

ST55477

ST54898

ST41708

ST59877

ST59922

 

Tables:
  • You can now disable a table trigger without receiving an error message.
  • (SQL Server 2008 only) You can view row and page compression in the Storage page of the Create/Alter windows for both tables and indexes. Also, when altering a table or index, or selecting Storage | Manage Compression from the Object Explorer, you can click Estimate at the bottom of the Storage page to estimate the savings if the table or index is partitioned.
  • When checking tables, a confirmation dialog now displays the T-SQL script that will be executed prior to checking the tables.
  • You can now view FileStream information for a table on the Columns tab (right-click a table and select View Details).

ST55940

ST66416

ST61238

ST63202

Views:

Comments now display when viewing object details in the Script tab.

ST66015

Functions:

You can now set extended properties for input parameters.

ST65581

Linked Servers:

Tables and views now display below the Linked Servers node.

ST47176

Logins:

(SQL Server 2008 only) You can view all credentials mapped to the current login in a Mapped Credentials tab (right-click a table and select View Details).

ST65059

Stored Procedures:

  • When altering a stored procedure, the output parameter is no longer reset to False.

  • When right-clicking a procedure and selecting Alter Stored Procedure in Editor, an error no longer occurs.

ST66660

ST67712

Options If you restart Toad immediately after assigning or removing a keyboard shortcut, the shortcut setting now persists. ST49841
Query Builder When reverse engineering a query from the Query tab or the Editor, the Diagram tab now supports a SELECT statement where the columns are qualified with the database name. ST49731
Version Control The Update Database function for version control often requires that objects be dropped and recreated. If tables are referenced by Foreign Key constraints, an error no longer occurs when executing the script. ST42093

Updating the file extension to a format other than .sql now persists in Tools | Options | Version Control | Locations.

ST64121
On Subversion, adding a large number of objects no longer decreases performance. ST50279

Known Issues

The following is a list of issues known to exist at the time of the Toad for SQL Server release.

Feature Known Issue Defect
Installation/ Upgrade/

Uninstall

Customized options selected in the Configuration wizard are not applied if you are running Toad as a Restricted user.

Workaround:
Customize these settings in the Options pages in Toad (Tools | Options from the menu)

ST42154

(Toad for SQL Server Xpert only) If you install Toad for SQL Server 4.5 and 4.6 side-by-side, and later uninstall Toad for SQL Server 4.5, SQL Optimizer for SQL Server does not uninstall correctly. If you later send a statement in Toad for SQL Server 4.6 from the Editor window to the SQL Optimizer, the Optimizer applies the currently selected database as the object's user name.

Workaround:

Uninstall Toad for SQL Server 4.6, and then reinstall Toad for SQL Server 4.6. Note that all user settings are preserved when you reinstall Toad.

ST69268
Connections

If you migrate settings from a previous version, the Run script on new connection option in Tools | Options | Database | SQL Server may point to  the path from the previous version. If you later delete the Application Data Directory for the previous version, which contains the script, attempting to connect to any database results in a path not found error. You can click OK and continue working.

Workaround:
Select Tools | Options | Database | SQL Server and navigate to the location of the latest connection script in the Application Data Directory. By default, this script is located in the following directory.

Windows 2003 or XP: C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data\Quest Software\Toad for SQL Server 4.6\Templates\Scripts\InitialSqlServer.Sql

Windows Vista or 7: C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Quest Software\Toad for SQL Server 4.6\Templates\Scripts\InitialSqlServer.Sql

ST68623
General

(Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 only) In some cases, attempting to open a SQL file from the Open dialog results in an "Object reference not set to an instance of an object" error message. Toad uses the Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC) to get Full-Text Search status for a file, but DTC is disabled by default on Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.

Workaround: 
Enable Network DTC Access on the Toad client. See http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753510(WS.10).aspx for more information.

ST65049
Data

For some queries, attempting to right-click a row and selecting Row Count results in a message stating that the row count could not be determined.

N/A
Debugger Currently, you cannot debug scripts on SQL Server Express databases. ST65086
Editor When using the View Object at Cursor (SHIFT+F4) feature, triggers are not found. ST41627

Starting with the 4.6 release of Toad, any files that you save as Toad Editor Files (.tef) cannot be opened in a previous version of Toad. Attempting to open a newly saved .tef file in a previous version of Toad results in unreadable data.

However, you can open any .tef files created in a previous version of Toad with the Toad for SQL Server 4.6 release, and everything displays properly. 

N/A
Export Wizard/One Click Export Blob and Binary data types, including FileStreams, cannot be exported in this release.

ST41665

Limitations when exporting fractional seconds: 

  • When exporting to an Access Database File, exports do not support fractional seconds, so the additional data is not exported.
  • When exporting to an Excel instance, exports support only 3-digits for fractional seconds. However, if you export to an Excel file, it supports all fractional seconds.
N/A
Import Wizard

Attempting to import data that was exported to an Excel instance where the fractional seconds were truncated results in an error.

N/A
Log Reader Currently, the Log Reader does not support new SQL Server 2008 data types ST59571

The Log Reader requires version 8.0 DDL files in the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable Package. If these files do not exist on the client, you will need to install them to use some functionality in the Log Reader.

Workaround:
Download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86) on the client from: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=200B2FD9-AE1A-4A14-984D-389C36F85647&displaylang=en

N/A
Object Explorer/ Database Explorer

Databases:

Currently, if you select the Enable database backup checking checkbox in Tools | Options | Database | SQL Server, the list of databases in the Object Explorer do not indicate the backup status until you press F5 to refresh the list.

ST63855

Tables:

Currently, you cannot perform an extended alter on a table with a FileStream column. This includes the following actions: 

  • Changing the column order of the table
  • Adding a new column in the middle of the table
  • Changing a column attribute like an IDENTITY
ST56029

Table and Index Partitioning:

  • Currently, you cannot create or manage a partition on a table or index that includes a FileStream column.
  • When changing a partitioned table to a non-partitioned table, the Estimate button is disabled so you cannot estimate the compression savings.

    Workaround:
    After you finish altering the table, right-click the table and select Storage | Manage Compression to estimate the compression savings.
  • Currently, estimating index compression savings runs a full table compression savings query, so the estimation may be slow on large tables.

ST59194

ST67986

ST68131

Maintenance Plans:

(Windows 7 only) Attempting to create a maintenance plan on Windows 7 results in an exception error. 

ST68201
Service Broker Currently, Service Broker does not support SQL Server 2008. ST60874
SQL Optimizer For a list of known issues, see the SQL Optimizer release notes. N/A
Version Control

If you migrate settings from Toad 4.1 when upgrading Toad, you may have to reconfigure the repository setting in version control if a "Failed to open the settings for module VersionControl reverting to defaults" error displays.

Workaround:

To reconfigure the repository, select Tools | Options | Version Control | Defaults and select the previous repository in the Version control folder field. Your previous project settings are applied.

ST63004
In previous releases, the method Toad used to generate the script was different than the current method. After upgrading Toad, a message may display stating that objects or files in version control are different than the local version. If your local version is current, you should check the objects and files into version control. N/A
Version control does not support CLR objects. ST52089

Third Party Known Issues

The following is a list of third party issues known to exist at the time of Toad for SQL Server release.

Feature Known Issue Defect
Export Wizard/One Click Export

To export to an Office 2003 or 2007 Excel instance, the Office Primary Interop Assemblies (PIAs) must be installed. You can install the PIAs from one of the following locations:  

2003 PIAs

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?
FamilyID=3c9a983a-ac14-4125-8ba0-d36d67e0f4ad&
DisplayLang=en

2007 PIAs

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?
familyid=59DAEBAA-BED4-4282-A28C-B864D8BFA513&displaylang=en

N/A

 


System Requirements

Client Requirements

Before installing Toad for SQL Server, ensure your client system meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements:

Platform

600 MHz minimum, 1 GHz recommended

Hard Disk Space

104 MB of disk space is required to run Toad.

Memory

512 MB of RAM minimum, 1 GB recommended

Note: The memory required may vary based on the following:

  • Applications that are running on your system when using Toad
  • Size and complexity of the database
  • Amount of database activity
  • Number of concurrent users accessing the database

Operating System

Windows Server 2003 (32-bit or 64-bit)

Windows XP Professional (32-bit or 64-bit)

Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit)

Windows Server 2008 (32-bit or 64-bit)

Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)

Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit)

Important: Toad uses the Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC) when opening a SQL file to get Full-Text Search status, but DTC is disabled by default on Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. If you are using either operating system, ensure that Network DTC access is enabled on the Toad client. See http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753510(WS.10).aspx for more information about enabling DTC access.

.NET Framework

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (Service Pack 1)

Notes: 

  • The .NET Framework Client Profile is not supported.
  • To run Toad, the .NET security policy must be set to unrestricted. See User Requirements for more information. 

Additional Requirements

Web Browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later

PDF Viewer
Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later (for viewing the Toad for SQL Server Installation Guide)

Maintenance Plans

Review the following requirements for using Maintenance Plans:

  • Integration Services that may be a part of the Client Tools 2005/2008 or a part of SQL Server (to take advantage of Integration Services (SSIS) in maintenance plans)

  • (For SQL Server 2008 only) Management Tools - Basic feature from the SQL Server Installer

Spatial Data Types

To work with spatial data types used in SQL Server 2008, you must install SQL Server 2008 Client Tools or SQL Server Management Studio 2008. 

Copy/Move Database Wizard

The SQL Server Backward Compatibility package is required to use the Copy/Move Database wizard.

Server Requirements

Before installing Toad for SQL Server, ensure your server meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements:

Operating System

Windows Server 2000 (Service Pack 4 or later)

Windows 2000 Professional Edition (Service Pack 4 or later)

Windows XP 32-bit (Service Pack 2 or later) and 64-bit

Windows Server 2003 32-bit or 64-bit (Service Pack 1 or later)

Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit

Windows Server 2008 32-bit or 64-bit

Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)

Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit)

Database
Support

SQL Server 2000 (Service Pack 3 or later), 2005 (Service Pack 2 or later), 2008

Note: SQL Server Compact Edition is not supported.

.NET Framework

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (Service Pack 1)

Additional Requirements

Maintenance Plans

To take advantage of Integration Services (SSIS) in maintenance plans, you must install the following: 

  • Integration Services that may be a part of the Client Tools 2005/2008 or a part of SQL Server

  • (For SQL Server 2008 only) Management Tools - Basic

Citrix Requirements

Limited testing has been performed for Citrix support on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Server (Service Pack 2) using the MetaFrame Presentation Server 5.0 and Citrix Presentation Server Clients 10.2. See "Install Toad on Citrix Systems" in the Toad for SQL Server Installation Guide.

User Privilege Requirements

The following user privileges are required for installing and running Toad for SQL Server:

  1. From the Windows Start menu, select Settings | Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Administrative Tools.
  3. Double-click Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0Configuration.
  4. Click + to expand My Computer,and then select the Runtime Security Policy node. A list of tasks for the node display in the right panel.
  5. Click Evaluate Assembly from the list of tasks in the right panel. An Evaluate an Assembly window displays.
  6. Browse to the location of Toad.exe in the File field.
  7. Click Next to view permissions for Toad.exe.
  8. Set the permission to Unrestricted.

Silent Install Requirements

Before you perform a silent installation, the following software must be installed on every system on which you are installing Toad:

For information about installing Toad silently, see "Install Toad Silently" in the Installation Guide.

Debugging Requirements

Verify the following general requirements to ensure that the Debugger operates properly for all SQL Server installations:

Note: Currently, you cannot debug SQL/CLR code.

Configure Debugging for SQL Server 2008 

To debug locally, perform the following on the Toad client

  1. Install the SQL Server 2008 Client Tools on the Toad client.
  2. If autocommit is disabled, commit or rollback the connection in Toad before starting the debugging session.

To debug remotely, perform the following

  1. Install the SQL Server 2008 Client Tools on the Toad client.
  2. Make sure the following permissions are set:
  3. If autocommit is disabled, commit or rollback the connection in Toad before starting the debugging session.

Configure Debugging for SQL Server 2005

To debug locally, perform the following on the Toad client:

  1. Install the SQL Server 2005 Workstation Component option of the SQL Server 2005 installation.
  2. If autocommit is disabled, commit or rollback the connection in Toad before starting the debugging session.

To debug remotely, perform the following:

  1. On the Toad client, do one of the following:

  2. Make sure the following permissions are set:

  3. If autocommit is disabled, commit or rollback the connection in Toad before starting the debugging session.

Configure Debugging for SQL Server 2000

To debug locally, perform the following on the Toad client:

  1. Make sure that SQL Server 2000 with Service Pack 3 or Service Pack 4 is installed.

  2. If autocommit is disabled, commit or rollback the connection in Toad before starting the debugging session.

To debug remotely, perform the following:

  1. On the Toad client, do one of the following:

    Note: The Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service should be started on both the Toad client and server.

  2. Make sure the following permissions are set:

    Note: By default, Windows administrators on a computer running SQL Server are SQL Server sysadmins on that computer.

  3. If autocommit is disabled, commit or rollback the connection in Toad before starting the debugging session.

Global Operations

This section contains information about installing and operating this product in non-English configurations, such as those needed by customers outside of North America. This section does not replace the materials about supported platforms and configurations found elsewhere in the product documentation.

This release is Unicode-enabled and supports any character set. In this release, all product components should be configured to use the same or compatible character encodings and should be installed to use the same locale and regional options. This release is targeted to support operations in the following regions: North America, Western Europe and Latin America, Far-East Asia, Japan.

This release has the following known capabilities or limitations:

Quest SQL Optimizer for SQL Server—This release supports any single-byte character set. Double-byte or multi-byte character sets are not supported. In this release, all product components should be configured to use the same or compatible character encoding and should be installed to use the same locale and regional options. This release is targeted to support operations in the following regions: North America, Western Europe and Latin America.


Installation

The Toad for SQL Server release package contains the following products:

Installation Instructions

See the Toad for SQL Server Installation Guide for installation information, including silent installation.


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