Bugs and Fixes
Known Bugs in MyOra 1.0.2
Known Bugs in MyOra 1.0.1



Known Bugs in MyOra 1.0.0


Known Bugs in MyOra 1.0.4
The date/time format string in a SQL statement is interpreted as a bind variable and prompts for data input.

When a SQL statement is run with HH:MI:SS as part of date/time format, a popup dialog prompts for data input.
Temporary workaround: Press OK or Cancel button on the popup dialog to execute SQL statement without error.

The date/time in the result data is not formatted correctly for a SQL SELECT statement with a date/time format string.

Example: If user try to run the following SQL statement
select to_char(SYSDATE, 'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS')  "Current Date Time"  from dual

A popup dialog prompts for data input, if user press either OK or Cancel button, the result data is shown as below.
Current Date Time
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14-MAY-2010 16&05&33

Known Bugs in MyOra 2.0.0


          The JDBC URL login connection string was printed incorrectly (a typing error).

               Correct format for JDBC URL is  jdbc:oracle:thin:@       
               
         
               to_date(:1,  'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS')
MyOra
Known Bugs in MyOra 3.5
Known Bugs in MyOra 3.0
Known Bugs in MyOra 4.0
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Known Bugs in MyOra 5.1
Known Bugs in MyOra 6.0
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Known Bugs in MyOra 6.4