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[pgAdmin III] #289: Foreign key UI bug

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Subject: [pgAdmin III] #289: Foreign key UI bug
Date: 2010-11-20 11:25:38
Message-ID: 052.cfab11ed0a54add454a7919fb77ab9fd@code.pgadmin.org (view raw or flat)
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#289: Foreign key UI bug
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 Reporter:  Aren Cambre  |       Owner:  gleu
     Type:  bug          |      Status:  new 
 Priority:  minor        |   Milestone:      
Component:  pgadmin      |     Version:  1.12
 Keywords:  foreignkey   |    Platform:  all 
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 I found a UI bug when creating a foreign key.

 When creating a primary key, all you have to do is select the column in
 the *Columns* tab of the dialog. You don't have to fill out any other
 fields; pgadmin appears to take care of this for you.

 It seems then that with a foreign key, all you should have to fill out is
 fill out the *References* field in the *Properties *tab, then in the
 *Columns* tab just select the relevant columns. If I do this and press OK,
 I get this error:

 *An error has occurred:*
 *ERROR: relation "fki_" already exists.*

 If I go back to the *Properties* tab and enter something into the *Name*
 field, then press *OK*, it works.

 The problem: I don't need to enter anything in the *Name* field of primary
 key dialogs, but I do with foreign key dialogs. Can it be consistent where
 I don't need to enter a *Name* field of the foreign key, either.

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