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From: "A(dot)j(dot) Langereis" <a(dot)j(dot)langereis(at)inter(dot)nl(dot)net>
To: <pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Fw: Feature requests
Date: 2005-11-17 10:24:29
Message-ID: 003101c5eb76$58e29600$6500a8c0@aarjan2 (view raw or flat)
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Dear all,



Since I did not get any reaction yet, I wondered if my question was received at all. Therefore I sent it again.

If it was received, please consider this email as never sent.



Your sincerely,



Aarjan Langereis



----- Original Message ----- 

From: A.j. Langereis 
To: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org 
Sent: Friday, November 11, 2005 6:28 PM
Subject: Feature requests


To whom it may concern,

First of all I would like to thank all who worked on the new pgAdmin: the new style and graphical explains are super!

Nevertheless I ran into a "bug", or maybe better: a feature-request. When one is creating a new foreign key via the tool, it is not possible to select "no action" for either "on update" or "on delete". This is a pitty, because "restrict", which is almost the same, doesn't allow constraints to be deferrable. In order to solve this, the constraints have to be made via the query tool.

Another request would be to able to "change" foreign key properties (like Deferrable, Deferred, On Update, etc..). When applying the changes pgAdmin would than drop the foreign key and recreate it with the new settings. To garanty consistency the table could be locked exclusively.

A final request would be to have "mouseover hints". This would really benefit new user (and experienced ones with new features)!

Hopefully these suggestions are usefull to you and can we benefit from them in the (near) future.

Your sincerely, 

Aarjan Langereis

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