[Phpmyadmin-devel] problem with the new index editor

Marc Delisle marc at infomarc.info
Mon Dec 19 21:32:48 CET 2011

Marc Delisle a écrit :
> Rouslan Placella a écrit :
>> On 19/12/11 08:37, Piotr Przybylski wrote:
>>> 2011/12/19 Rouslan Placella<rouslan at placella.com>:
>>>> On 18/12/11 22:35, Piotr Przybylski wrote:
>>>>> 2011/12/18 Rouslan Placella<rouslan at placella.com>:
>>>>>> On 18/12/11 13:52, Marc Delisle wrote:
>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>> Try this on sakila.actor:
>>>>>>> 1. edit the PRIMARY index and add first_name to it
>>>>>>> 2. edit it again and remove first_name
>>>>>>> 3. edit it again: first_name is shown as being part of the index
>>>>>> Cached pages are being served. I noticed that as well, and the issue
>>>>>> seems to be quite old. I'm guessing that PMA_ajaxResponce, which sends a
>>>>>> no-cache header, is not being used to handle these requests.
>>>>> How about solving caching issue globally with jQuery.ajaxSetup() [1]:
>>>>> $.ajaxSetup({cache: false});
>>>>> Cacheing issues pop up once in a while, this should solve them once
>>>>> and for all.
>>>>> [1] http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajaxSetup/
>>>> Last time I tried, this didn't work for me. Not sure why, but the random
>>>> variable that jQuery is supposed to append to the HTTP request was not
>>>> coming up...
>>> Ok, it seems it's not added for GET and HEAD requests... maybe we
>>> could use jQuery.ajaxPrefilter to do add it to our urls. At least it
>>> will still be a global solution.
>> OK, ajaxPrefilter it is then. I've added it for all AJAX requests, not 
>> just GET, since we were using ajaxSetup({cache:false}) in a few places 
>> for POST requests anyway. So this issue and anything else related to 
>> cached ajax requests should be solved now.
>> Commit 0d7b3a5877dc71a0e43759a4bbba6f24ab1f0292
> Hmmm, Firebug now shows thousands of errors, is it the same for you?
I'm not sure what I did to produce these, but they mentionned qtip data.

Marc Delisle

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