Firstresults:Theregisteringofmycustomcommandswithbelowlibrarydoesn't work anymore.
Could be my bad, in which I'lltrytofixit,couldbesomethinginSQLcl.Idon't know yet, have to investigate as soon as I have the time.
For now: Either don'tusethislibrary,orstickto21.1.1untiltherootcauseisfixed.</strong>
In my blogpost “Being in command“, about custom commands I said that I couldn’t find a way to unregister a registered custom command, other than restarting SQLcl.That is still true. I couldn’t.But Philipp Salvisberg could. He was able to find a way to do just that. That means that with his hard work as input, we are now able to Unregister a previously registered custom command.That makes it possible to register the command in an edited new version without the need to restart SQLcl. So, like Jack in the famous song, let’s try to kick a registered custom command out of our SQLcl house. Go straight to Introduction First of all: this post will deal with the code needed to unregister a custom command.In my humble opinion just, like registering a command, it takes too much code and effort to be considered user friendly.In my next blog post I will …Continue reading →