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Re: pgadmin crash issue

From: Andreas Pflug <pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de>
To: Daniel Whitter <atwrit(at)aon(dot)at>
Cc: pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pgadmin crash issue
Date: 2006-01-18 18:49:05
Message-ID: 43CE8DA1.4040705@pse-consulting.de (view raw or flat)
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Daniel Whitter wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I've posted this mail to the postgresql general mailing list.
> For those of you who don't read it:
> 
> 
> I'm new to postgresql and during testing for a script I've found some
> curious things.
> 
> If I do the following things a bad dump will be created that can't be
> restored (using pgadmin3, pg_dump and pg_restore or psql).
> There's also a issue that pgadmin crash.
> 
> In pgadmin3 do
> 1)  Create a new db ('test_dump')
> 2)  Create a new schema ('test_dump')
> 
> 3)  From schema 'pg_catalog' copy the lines from
>    CREATE OPERATOR <(... for <(abstime,abstime), <=(abstime,abstime),
>    =(abstime,abstime), >(abstime,abstime), >=(abstime,abstime)
>    and paste it in the query window. Write the schema name 'test_dump.'
> 
>    before the operator sign and execute the query.
>    I've done this once for each operator.
> 
> 4)  Then copy the lines for operator class 'abstime_ops(btree)' from    
> schema 'pg_catalog' and paste it in the query window.
>    Write the schema name 'test_dump.' before the class and remove the
>    'default'. Then execute the query.
> 
> If you click on the created operator class in schema 'test_dump' you'll 
> get a error message box or on windows pgAdmin will crash.

The error message and the OS you're running on would be required to take 
any action on this, and the complete query would be nice too.

Regards,
Andreas

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