[Phpmyadmin-devel] Display multiple query results
pe.chanaka.ck at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 13:46:38 CEST 2012
> > > Rouslan, it is time to know your thoughts.
> > > Can you please let me know from where the file you mentioned
> > is going to
> > > executed.
> > > PMA_RTN_handleExecute() function calls only in PMA_RTN_main()
> > > PMA_RTN_main() function only calls in rte_main.inc.php file.
> > > But when I'm executing a stored procedure from SQL window
> > > functions are not calling.
> > > Can you please explain these things ?
> > PMA_RTN_handleExecute is called when you select a database, then
> > click
> > on the "Routines" tab and then click on the "Execute" link from
> > routines list.
> > Thanks for your quick reply.
> > I have never used that before. :)
> > I'll try to do some improvements in that file.
> > I did some improvements to that file , and seems routines working
> > properly.
> > I would be highly appreciated if you can just check the changes I did
> > and let me know id there are points that may possible to break the
> > behaviour, since you have idea on existed code as well as the behaviour.
> > And what do you think about the display message ? (currently it shows
> > affected rows, but for multiple tables ?)
> >  :
> > Regards !
> > /Chanaka/
> I've tried the code from your branch and executing routines seems to
> work perfectly now, well done :)
Thanks for your time to looking at that.
> As far as the display message goes, the number of affected rows by the
> last statement of the routine is as much information as we can get about
> the execution of a routine as far as I know.
Yes, message should be give good information for the user.
I'll look at that.
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