Terence Kearns wrote:
> because the interface attempts to "re-submit all" of the properties of
> the existing table for alteration,
That should not happen at all. There's a lot of effort taken to identify
only changes, and submit only these changes.
> if you want to change any one property of a table, you need to
> re-apply all properties. This has the undesired side-effect of failing
> *any* modification to a table if any of the other *existing*
> properties fail to qualify for re-applying through ALTERing.
> For instance, I have a table containing a column with a default value.
> When I try to use pgAdmin3 to add(modify) a(the) comment to that
> table, the operation fails with the message.
> ERROR: Adding columns with defaults is not implementd...
> This is silly bacause my intent was not to add a column. I think this
> may be a user-interface design limitation.
Please state exactly what you are doing, because what you're describing
here shouldn't happen at all.
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