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[pgAdmin III] #16: Crash when configuring an pgAgent job

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Subject: [pgAdmin III] #16: Crash when configuring an pgAgent job
Date: 2009-08-06 10:19:41
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#16: Crash when configuring an pgAgent job
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 Reporter:  Rainer Bauer  |       Owner:  Ashesh Vashi
     Type:  bug           |      Status:  new         
 Priority:  major         |   Milestone:  1.10.1      
Component:  pgadmin       |     Version:  1.10        
 Keywords:  pgagent       |    Platform:  all         
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 Hello,

 Here is my setup:

 * WinXPSP3
 * PostgreSQL 8.4.0:  postgresql-8.4.0-1-windows.exe
 * pgAgent: pgAgent-3.0.0-win32.zip
   I have copied the exe and dll to the pg8.4 binary directory.
 * pgAgent.sql was executed in database postgres
 * pgAgent service is installed

 Steps to reproduce the bug:

 1) Select "New job" from the "Jobs" tree element context menu.
    (NOTE: The elipses are missing in the command text)
 2) Enter a name for the job and close the dialog with OK.
 3) Select command "Properties" from the context menu of the newly
 created job.
 4) Activate the schedules tab and press "Add".
 5) Close the schedule dialog using "Cancel".
 6) BOOOOOMMMM [1]

 Note: The same happens if I try to add a step and the "Step
 Definition" dialog is closed.

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