Albin Blaschka a écrit :
> I just discovered the following problem with PGAdmin 1.8 RC1 (on WinXP)
> I have a server where still PostgreSQL version 7.4.7 is running (Debian
> Sarge). I created a table with PGAdmin, finished (which went fine) and
> added a little bit later some more columns.
> PGAdmin gave me a syntax error, because in the SQL seen in the SQl-Pane
> there is (obviously because of the version of the database server) no
> name for a tablespace...
> The generated SQL looks something like
> ALTER TABLE myschema.mytable
> ADD COLUMN test character varying(3);
> ALTER TABLE myschema.mytable SET TABLESPACE ;
> I hope I made it clear!
Clear enough to help me fix this. I'll commit my fix in a few minutes.
Thanks for your report.
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