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CTRL-Z in the SQL command editor.

From: "Gaetan beaulieu" <BeaG(at)Sogi(dot)com>
To: <pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: CTRL-Z in the SQL command editor.
Date: 2010-04-07 20:28:04
Message-ID: ECE62C2E0F23410F96F3FD2B3943CA4E@sogijc (view raw, whole thread or download thread mbox)
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I found a little problem with the CTRL-Z in the SQL command editor. 

I have two files, each containing several SQL queries. sql_01.sql and sql_02.sql. 

I get the first file sql_01.sql from the menu, I run and everything is fine. 

I get the second file from the menu in the same edit window and I bring some changes. 

I did CTRL-Z to remove the last change and I see the SQL statements of the first file appear. 

So if I save the file, i loose the SQL queries in the file sql_02.sql. 

This could represent several hours of work :-( 

Windows xp
Version 1.10.1 (Dec 3 2009, rev:8025:8026M)

Tank you!


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