Editing cells in DBISL's result set pane is a nice feature, and as expected, one can copy & paste the contents of the edited cell.
However, that does not work for cells that have a NULL value currently: They do not accept pasted contents, independent of the fact whether the cell's displayed contents - "(NULL)" - is selected or not.
In order to allow to paste contents, I have to click on the "Edit in window" command, and then it's possible to paste into the window or directly into the cell.
That's somewhat uncomfortable...
BTW: Are there keyboard shortcuts to activate the "Edit in window" and "Set to NULL" commands and the while I'm editing a cell? That would be a nice enhancement, as editing should generally be doable without mouse actions.
Tested with 220.127.116.1154 on Windows 32-bit.
For me editing a row and selecting the null cell and pressing ctrl-v inserts the clipboard text into that cell. Have I misundestood your approach?
answered 28 Mar '12, 08:40