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From: Andreas Pflug <pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de>
To: Alexandr S <sasha(at)in(dot)crimea(dot)ua>
Cc: "[pgADMIN]" <pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: bug reporting
Date: 2003-10-13 10:13:32
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Hi Alexandr,

please do not post only to persons, but at least cc the list to avoid 
messages being lost.

> Hi
> -----In console:
> CREATE TABLE mytable ( моя_колонка varchar ) WITH OIDS;
> Then I open pgadmin, open View Data and insert into mytable  text_s    
> (text_s is attached to this letter) - pgadmin suddenly shut down with 
> error: "An error has occured: Column not found in pgSet : моя_колонка".

This was fixed some time ago in cvs.

> Then  I have to open pgadmin again. Fortunately data didn t lose. Then 
> I open Query Tool and type:    "SELECT * from mytable;"   . Result of 
> the query is right. Then I try to export data but I cann t do that 
> because pgadmin suddenly shut down without saving any data.
> text_s is attached to this letter.

What format is this? I can't display it with any tool correctly. Please 
use Notepad and Save-As some Unicode format.

> ----When  will approximately new version with "execute to file" 
> appear? (in a month , in a year ...)

It's already in cvs, binary coming soon.

>>> --when inserting large block of text , data often aligns along one 
>>> long line, so its hard to view such data. It would be better if data 
>>> take the form of sell like , for example, Pgaccess does. 
>> Don't know how you'd like it. Some kind of autowrap? You could split 
>> lines:
>> INSERT INTO mytable(foo, bar) VALUES (1, 'this is my line ||
>> ' and this too'
>> Regards,
>> Andreas
> ---Yes, some kind of autowrap. Of course I can mannually  split line , 
> but users here usually do such way: ctrl-c from MS Word and ctrl-v 
> into pgadmin, so data often align along one long line.

?????? Inserting data from Word ?????
pgAdmin3 is no text editing tool, and we won't try to interpret the 
data. I don't know how you're trying to use pgAdmin3, but it may be out 
of the scope of this tool (notice the name, it's about ADMINistration, 
not for extensively editing data).


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