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[pgAdmin III] #177: Crash on F5 after "ALTER FUNCTION test() SET SCHEMA foo; "

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Subject: [pgAdmin III] #177: Crash on F5 after "ALTER FUNCTION test() SET SCHEMA foo; "
Date: 2010-04-30 16:08:18
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#177: Crash on F5 after "ALTER FUNCTION test() SET SCHEMA foo;"
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 Reporter:  brsa     |       Owner:  dpage  
     Type:  bug      |      Status:  new    
 Priority:  major    |   Milestone:  1.10.3 
Component:  pgadmin  |     Version:  1.10   
 Keywords:  browser  |    Platform:  windows
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 Testing Guillaume's new version of pgadmin3.exe from Apr. 30 in a v.1.10.2
 environment on Win XP Home.

 I found a way to crash pgAdmin. Tried this with various functions, crashed
 every time. Steps to reproduce are below.

 Only tested under Windows, but I suspect it might be a problem on all
 plattforms.
 I could not trigger the crash with ALTER TABLE or ALTER VIEW.

 Demo:

 -- Display existing function of a schema in the browser.
 -- Move a selected function to another schema:
 ALTER FUNCTION test() SET SCHEMA foo;
 -- Press F5 to refresh the browser, while the function in question is
 selected in the browser in its old location. -> Crash.
 --If the function is not selected before F5, pgAdmin won't crash.

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Ticket URL: <http://code.pgadmin.org/trac/ticket/177>
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