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You're right, I might not use pgadmin to do that, but it's really more
faster to use it!<br>
But if pgadmin gives us the possibility to change a cell value, it
should not have that (little) problem.<br>
The question is why if I say "Yes, save it!", It don't work? It's like
if the save action don't use the same algorithm to determin if a cell
is modified than the algorithm which is used when I close the frame...<br>
Raymond O'Donnell a écrit :
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<pre wrap="">On 17/11/2009 11:02, Olivier Bouiron wrote:
<pre wrap="">2) I want to edit a table in order to change a column value.
So, I edit a cell, but I decide not to change the value, so I stop the
cell edition without any change.
Then, I can't close the frame normaly: pgadmin ask me if I want to save
=> If I say 'Yes', then I can't close the frame because, again and again
I'll get the message asking me if I xant to save the modifications!!
=> If I say 'No' I can close the frame.
This is the same on Windows, so I'd say it's by design, and I actually
think it's a good idea - it reminds you of the separation between server
and client, and that you have to commit or rollback any changes explicitly.
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