Re: [NTB] Problem with Oracle SQL*PLUS and NoteTab lite 4.86C
- My previous version was 4.85
I got a copy of the 4.85 notetab.exe and replaced the 4.86c notetab.exe and copied it over windows\notepad.exe
My problem has gone away. What ever happened, there definitely was a difference between the 4.85 and 4.86c versions. Thank you for your response.
>>> egroups@... 04/08/02 04:21PM >>>What was the previous version you used prior to 4.86c? The method for
handling multiple instances has been unchanged since quite a few updates.
At 13:50 08/04/2002 +0000, you wrote:
>That didn't change it's behavoir. When the editor is invoked, notetabRegards,
>is not running. I also tried check the "Multiple Instances" and that
>didn't make any difference either. Unfortunally I overwrote the
>previous version with the new one. Is there any way to get the
>previous version of Notetab lite?
>--- In notetab@y..., "Eric G.V. Fookes" <egroups@f...> wrote:
> > At 21:09 05/04/02 +0000, you wrote:
> > >With the previous versions, when I invoked the editor in Sql*Plus
> > >with the edit command, NOTETAB would be invoked and it would edit a
> > >temporary file called afiedt.buf. While notetab was running the
> > >SQL*Plus program would wait. When notetab was exited, sql*Plus
> > >read in the afiedt.buf file and insert the contents into its
> > >buffer (fairly standard stuff). What happens with the 8.46c version
> > >is that sql*plus never waits and immediatly reads in the contents
> > >afiedt.buf (which has not been changed). Any ideas why the behavoir
> > >changed?
> > Sql*Plus probably doesn't like the fact that there is already an
> > of NoteTab that is open. Either close that instance before invoking
> > from your Sql*Plus program, or check the "View/Multiple Instances"
> > command.
Eric G.V. Fookes
Author of NoteTab, Mailbag Assistant, and Album Express
http://www.fookes.com/ and http://www.notetab.com/
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