[Phpmyadmin-devel] Issues with AJAX

Tyron Madlener tyronx at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 21:39:22 CEST 2011

On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 9:00 PM, Piotr Przybylski <piotr.prz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a few issues with new AJAX features. All below concerns Firefox
> 4, I haven't tested in other browsers.
> SQL tab:
> 1. When executing a query from the SQL tab, "Loading" is shown much
> too long, I started wondering whether something was broken - it
> disappeared 3 seconds after the result was shown. It should do it as
> fast as when it does when changing page in Browse.
> 2. I executed a query which returns no rows multiple times, when a new
> message arrives the previous one is faded out. It makes elements of
> the screen to move, and for a short while I have two result messages.
> What about removing this effect and just deleting old result? The
> hiding of "Loading" message should  be an appropriate indicator for
> saying whether the result we see is the one pertaining to the last
> query.

Did you check the dev version in the Git Repository? Those 2 problems
should be remedied there.

> 3. When I issue a CREATE TABLE query the navigation frame is not
> refreshed - it should be.
> 4. I executed two queries:
> SELECT * FROM information_schema.tables where 0=1
> I got "MySQL returned an empty result set (i.e. zero rows).", ok. Next query:
> SELECT * FROM information_schema.tables
> Message from previous execution stays on screen, it should disappear.
> Database Structure tab:
> 5. When creating a new table with 10 columns the window is just too
> small: this window should  show only for simple cases when only
> vertical scrolling is necessary. [1]
> 6. In previous PMA versions after creating a new table I landed on new
> table's Structure tab, it doesn't happen now, I see only a popup
> message saying that table was created (to get to table creation page,
> click "Create table" in navigation frame).
> 7. It just struck me, we have a header saying "Create table on
> database <dbname>", shouldn't it be "Create table in database
> <dbname>"? Tables reside in databases, not on them.
> [1] http://img808.imageshack.us/img808/5011/ajaxss1.png
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