I've made the necessary changes to pgAdmin, but how do we handle schema
pgAdmin's job UI now will not work with pgAgent schema version 3, because of
the changes in pgagent.pga_job table. I think we have two possibilities:
1. Disable editing Jobs in pgAdmin until a schema upgrade is done
2. Check schema version during GetUpdateSql and GetInsertSql and return two
different versions of the statement.
What do you think?
I've got another two topics to discuss about pgAgent:
1. Step ordering
I suggest adding a column named "jstorder" to pgagent.pga_jobsteps, so
we don't have to rename the steps "A_", "B_" if an ordering is required. In
the GUI we would add an integer field to the "Change Step" mask.
2. Definition from File
Add an extra job step type "SQL from file". The definition field would
be treated as a path to a file, which contains SQL-Statements.
Please let me know what you (all of you) think about the suggested features.
2010/12/29 Dave Page <dpage(at)pgadmin(dot)org>
> On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 1:54 AM, Jasmin Dizdarevic
> <jasmin(dot)dizdarevic(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > Okay, I'm almost done. Actually there is a problem with building the
> > package, so it doesn't send mails yet.
> > If this is done, I'm going to test it on Windows and *nix.
> > Time to take care about some other things:
> > 1. I'm coding on Windows with VS 2010. I've downloaded the source files
> > run cmake to get a VS-Project. Here i made the changes. How I can
> generate a
> > patch file with git now, because I'm not working on the original source
> > files - because of the cmake step? Have I to redo the changes on *nix?
> You need to update the CMakeLists.txt file from which the VC++ project
> file and *nix build files are generated.
> > 2. What steps are necessary to send the changes to the community? Is
> there a
> Just send a patch (git diff) to pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org(dot)
> > desired process and what's about the necessary changes in the pgAdmin UI?
> > Will they be done by the maintainer of pgAdmin? Of course I'm ready to
> > participate in pgAdmin too, but my knowledge of C++ and wx are limited,
> so I
> > can not promise best quality ;)
> The maintainers of pgAdmin are the same people, and no, they won't
> automatically update the UI for the new feature I'm afraid (they have
> enough work to do just keeping up with changes in PostgreSQL). Please
> give it a try yourself, and we can help you iron out any kinks or
> issues you may run into.
> Regards, Dave
> Dave Page
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