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This action lets you build and submit sp_hidetext calls against one or more objects. This allows you to hide the source text for particular object types:

Caution: The Hide Text action is irreversible. Once hidden, source text cannot be made viewable or otherwise retrievable again.
Note: For details on the specific elements hidden, consult Sybase documentation. See Accessing Third Party Documentation.

When viewing an object after hiding text, hidden elements occupying entire tabs or individual property boxes, are annotated with a Source text for this compiled object is hidden message.

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Hide Text can be applied both to individual objects and to objects containing or owning other objects. Supported object types for which Hide Text can be applied to individual objects, and the resulting application-specific hidden elements in object editors are as follows:

Check constraints

Check Condition box, Definition tab.

Defaults

Value box, Properties tab.

Extended procedures

Library name box, Properties tab.

Functions

Definition tab.

Procedures

Definition tab.

Rules

Restriction box, Properties tab.

Triggers

Definition tab.

Views

Definition tab.

Object-containing or object-referencing object types to which Hide Text can be applied are as follows:

Databases

Hides the source text of all compiled objects in the selected database.

Tables

Hides the source text of all check constraints, defaults, and triggers defined on the selected table.

Users

Hides the source text of all compiled objects owned by the selected user.

Caution: Because of the potentially broad scope of hiding text for users and databases, you should exercise extreme care when applying Hide Text to those object types.

Platform Availability

To Permanently Hide the Source Text for One or More Objects


1. For Rapid SQL in the Database Navigator, expand the node corresponding to one of the target object types. Objects of that type are shown below the object type node.
2. Right-click one or more selected objects, and then select Hide Text from the context menu. The Confirm Hide Text dialog opens.
3. Use the following table as a guide to understanding and modifying settings in the wizard:
Step Settings and tasks

Action options

Displays the name of the objects you selected.

Dependencies

Review the referring and referred objects that will be automatically resolved when you execute this operation. For more information, see Dependencies.

Preview

Preview the DDL generated for the operation. For more information, see Preview.

4. Click Execute. For information on the scheduling option, see Scheduling.

Rapid SQL Browser views for supported objects show a Hidden property that indicates whether Hide Text has been applied to the object. Y indicates that source text for this compiled object has been irreversibly hidden.

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