In the runtime explorer, connect to a db. Expand the list of tables. Now click
on the connection and execute sql. In the editor, put a create table statement,
then execute it. The output window shows no errors, the new table is in the db,
but the tables node in the explorer doesn't show the new one.
Workaround: disconnect and reconnect the db connection node.
Since the SQL editor is in another module than db, this would need some kind of
API. Probably the db/dbapi module in issue 74329 could be used for this.
It is not necessary to reconnect, you can just invoke the Refresh action on the
*** Issue 90050 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Sorry, I don't see this as a bug but as a feature request - one that would be really nice, but still a feature request.
Reassigned to new owner.
Tested in netbeans 7.2.1 - and works there - the node tree is reloaded on change.
The refresh could be nicer (the whole database node is collapsed), but it works.
Tested with create and drop table statement.