[Phpmyadmin-devel] Inline edit and UPDATE feedback

Marc Delisle marc at infomarc.info
Wed Mar 23 13:11:44 CET 2011

Marc Delisle a écrit :
> Le 2011-03-20 10:12, rohit sharma a écrit :
>>>>> Thanks for your feedback. I believe that the UPDATE query should be
>>>>> displayed, if it works or not, at the same place than when using a
>>>>> traditional edit (if $cfg['ShowSQL'] is true).
>> When an error appears in the "inline edit" query, the ajax message displayed
>> is the error message, with a "back" button in the footer. I think the user
>> would click on this button to go back to the page where the table is being
>> displayed, rather he is being sent to some other page.
> OK I believed that you were talking about the browser's back button. You
> mean the "Back" link in the footer. I'll remove it, it's part of some
> HTML generated for the Edit page but should not appear as a result of
> Inline edit.

Back link now removed in the Inline edit situation.
>>> In case of an error, it would be better to display the query permanently,
>> so to  bring uniformity (either success or failure), the inline_edit query
>> should be displayed permanently like in case of normal query with
>> $cfg['ShowSQL'] set to true.
> Thanks for the feedback, I'll work on this tomorrow.

Marc Delisle

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