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[pgAdmin III] #69: pgAdminIII crashed when debugging procedure and function

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Subject: [pgAdmin III] #69: pgAdminIII crashed when debugging procedure and function
Date: 2009-09-04 16:02:07
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#69: pgAdminIII crashed when debugging procedure and function
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 Reporter:  dpage     |       Owner:  dpage  
     Type:  bug       |      Status:  new    
 Priority:  critical  |   Milestone:  1.10.1 
Component:  pgadmin   |     Version:  1.10   
 Keywords:            |    Platform:  solaris
----------------------+-----------------------------------------------------
 Version information:

 Version 1.10.0(Aug 07 2009, rev:8008)

 Platform:
 Solaris 09

 Description:

 An error occurred regarding "server does not support SSL, but SSL was
 required" if debug plpgsql function having return type character and click
 ok on particular pop up message pgAdmin III crashed.


 Step To Reproduce:-

 1. Launch pgAdmin
 2. create function
 CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION fun()
   RETURNS character AS
 $BODY$begin
 return 1;
 end;$BODY$
   LANGUAGE 'plpgsql' VOLATILE;

 3. Function created.
 4. Click on this function
 5. select debugging
 6. select Debug
 7. pop up error occurred regarding "server does not support SSL, but SSL
 was required"
 8. Click OK.
 9. pgAdmin III crashed.

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Ticket URL: <http://code.pgadmin.org/trac/ticket/69>
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