[Phpmyadmin-devel] Re: [Phpmyadmin-cvs] CVS: phpMyAdmin left.php3,1.125,1.126
squirrel at supergarv.de
Sun May 25 10:31:03 CEST 2003
Now I remember - I changed the line in the <noscript> area to left.php3 without
The logic is this:
without problems. And so the left and main frame should show the new variables.
The problem of bug #742632 is not the <form> tag itself, it was right before I
changed the line on friday and should be reversed to that state. But the above logic
only applies when a DB is selected - the User reported he clicked the "(Databases)"
entry in the dropdown, but the right frame only gets updated when a DB is chosen.
So the fix we have to apply is to check if a form submit has been done with an empty
lightm_db value and change it to the appropriate info.
I'm sorry, I have no time to do that until tomorrow evening - if you're willing to
put some work into it, please do. In either case, we have to fix that before
relasing a new RC1 :)
Why have you changed the script below? We can't submit to the index.php3 and target
_parent because then the frameset+hash is changed, and any open query window will
not target to the main window any more. I'm just remembering that I changed that on
purpose, but I have no time left today to think into this.
We should consider this before releasing 2.5.1 however, so if you've looked into
this maybe you currently have a more clearer view on this and can tell me, why the
change was needed...
> *** left.php3 24 May 2003 11:33:21 -0000 1.125
> --- left.php3 25 May 2003 11:04:21 -0000 1.126
> *** 360,367 ****
> ! document.writeln('<form method="post" action="left.php3" name="left"
> ! <form method="post" action="left.php3" name="left" target="nav">
> --- 360,367 ----
> ! document.writeln('<form method="post" action="index.php3"
> ! <form method="post" action="index.php3" name="left" target="_parent">
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