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pgAdmin III: Error on clicking "Display Objects" while doing a restore

From: Nikhil S <nixmisc(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: pgAdmin III: Error on clicking "Display Objects" while doing a restore
Date: 2011-01-29 08:56:30
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The following set of operations induce an error:

1. Create a backup file /tmp/pg.backup of an existing database
2. Create a new database
3. Right click and select restore database by specifying this file
4. Clicking on "Display Objects" causes the following error: "An error has
occurred: Schema node not found for object DATABASE postgres [ owner
postgres ]

The frmRestore::OnEndProcess() function, when it reads the toc information,
should ignore the line which contains the entry for the dumped database
itself. So the current code erroneously tries to find the schema to which
the DATABASE object belongs and gives out the above error. The fix is to
ignore the input line which contains the db information. The pg_restore
binary also seems to do the same.

PFA, patch to fix this.


Attachment: pgadmin3_error_restore.patch
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