I am using PgAdmin III and really like it a lot.
Some SQL queries are longer than other and I would like to suggest to
have a smarter progress bar than the milliseconds counter.
I would suggest (if user enables it) that a progress bar giving the % of
completion of the evaluation steps.
* An "explain" would be run first to know the steps of the query execution.
* The execution would begin and the progress bar (% of completion) for
each step would be updated every seconds or so.
This would keep me (and many other) quieter when executing big updates
or complex queries!
Thanks for the fantastic job!
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