I know this is an Eclipse modification, but I wasn't sure if this is controlled by the Force IDE plugin: I love the Schema browser - would love it even more if you could copy and paste the results (especially when running Relationship Queries, see image). This would be a huge help when developing because often times I find sets of records that need to be mass modified (updated, deleted, corrected) when I'm testing code for new triggers. If I could cut and paste these I could slap them right into the Mass Update tool (or Demand Tools). thanks!

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  • Josh Kaplan - 4 years ago

    The Developer Console adds a Query Editor in the Winter '13 release.  Copy functionality is included in this view; you can copy values from records returned for pasting elsewhere.  You can also directly edit values that are returned and save them in the Query Editor, and you can open a resulting record directly (rather than having to paste the ID into the URL in your browser).

    The copying capability is currently on a per-value basis - you have to click the grid square you want - and you are not able to copy a whole column of results with a single click.

    We are not currently working on upgrades to force.com IDE functionality.  The team is focused on creating the Developer Console and the tooling API upon which it is built. 
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