On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 10:37 AM, Quan Zongliang
>> Thanks... but, now I come to test it, I cannot reproduce the problem.
>> Were you testing with SVN trunk, or a release version of pgAdmin?
> I had tested at release 1.8.4 and 1.9.0-dev.
> The target column is nullable, input some value in other columns and
> press Enter key. The error will be thrown.
OK, this is weird. This is my test table:
CREATE TABLE foo
id serial NOT NULL,
"foo""with a quote" text,
"quoted col ,""""' name" text,
CONSTRAINT foo_pkey PRIMARY KEY (id)
ALTER TABLE foo OWNER TO postgres;
That seems to work fine in the editor on PG 8.3.4 (really must upgrade
that!) using pgAdmin 1.8.4 and SVN trunk on OS X. What server version
and OS are you using? Can anyone else reproduce this?
> Sorry, my English is very poor, it is difficult for me to write a long
> detailed description.
Your English is much better than my Japanese :-)
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