On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 10:23 PM, Guillaume
> Dave Page a écrit :
>> On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 3:43 PM, Kevin Field <kevinjamesfield(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
>>> About editing, I just tried this in the win32 beta3, and it still
>>> ignores the changes you make: I went to create a new job step,
>>> selected batch, typed gibberish in the name and definition, unchecked
>>> 'read only', and erased the generated SQL and replaced it with "select
>>> 'hello'", and then clicked OK, and it added the gibberish step (rather
>>> than doing nothing, which is what select-hello should've done...) So
>>> 'read only' doesn't seem to be useful at this point.
>> Oh, I see what you mean. If memory serves, the pgAgent dialogues
>> process their SQL in a slightly different way to all the other
>> dialogues because they need to run some parts in different steps.
>> Guillaume; this is your code ( :-p ) - do you see a simple way to fix
>> it, or should the checkboxes be disabled on the three pgAgent
> Actually, it's not really useful in that context. We should simply
> disable the checkbox on these dialogs. Perhaps we don't even need an SQL
I think it's still useful to display the SQL, if only to allow the
user to see what pgAdmin is going to do. Disabling (better yet,
removing) the checkbox on those dialogues seems like the right answer.
Can you do that in the next day or so?
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