Updating inside Freegrannychat
These settings can be changed via the Preferences dialog by going to Windows -- You can also manually check for updates, which is useful if you recently added a update site, repository or simply disabled the Automatic verification and prefers doing it at your own convenience. This will parse all the pre-configured update sites at the section Managing Update Sites/Server section below and bring up a list of available updates.
This list is very similar to what is shown when using the Automatic update process shown above.
One of the questions I was asked recently while speaking at the Los Angeles SQL Server Professionals Group and the Orange County SQL Server User Group (*) was regarding the order in which jobs like rebuilding indexes or updating statistics should be executed as part of the database maintenance activities.
In general you should consider the following important points, focusing in the fact that there are two kinds of statistics: index and column statistics.
To access this functionality, simply go to menu Help -- This screen has several fields and options: The Work with: drop-down selection refers to which configured update site is selected.
Whatever is shown in this list is directly related to the update sites configured in CCS, as shown in the Managing Update Sites/Servers section below.
Some other more complicated scenarios include when you have jobs which rebuild your indexes based on their fragmentation level.Code Composer Studio v6 uses the Eclipse update manager to check for updates.This allows you to check for updates to Code Composer Studio, third party emulation drivers as well as updates to other Eclipse plug-in packages that you have installed.Some instances where this may be necessary: Check the Youtube quick tip below for details.If your computer resides behind a firewall you may have to setup the proxy information so that CCS can get to our Eclipse update site.
Note: sometimes the software being installed may fail due to reasons like permissions (more common in Linux) or incompatibility between the existing CCS release and the software to be installed (more common if using older CCS releases).