[Phpmyadmin-devel] [Console] Help, about AJAX callback

Atul Pratap Singh atulpratapsingh05 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 13 17:50:09 CEST 2014


On 7/10/14, Edward Cheng <c4150221 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Till now, new console will log browse-generated-queries, but only
> happend at global AJAX handler, because I add some code in global AJAX
> handler:
>     if(PMA_console && PMA_console.isEnabled) {
>         PMA_console.ajaxCallback(data);
>     }
> We can copy code above to everywhere--to every custom ajax response
> handler--it's terrible, do we have a better solution?
I think we can pin point certain actions that the user does for which
we need to append SQL to console and then manually add your 'if' block
in those custom handlers. I think it could be done just for structure,
search, insert, privileges, operations pages.
Or are we appending to console on every click and every form submit?
Then, it'll be a lot of places :)

To automate, we could use .ajaxSuccess or .ajaxComplete events for
$(".ajax") selectors that have custom callbacks, but I wonder if this
is a good solution. An example using links [0][1]

$( document ).ajaxSuccess( function( event, xhr, settings ) {
  if ( settings.url == "import.php" || settings.url ==
"tbl_select.php" || ....other selective urls ) {
    // maybe more checks on 'event' to ascertain that this is the
relevant ajax request
    // and then
    var data = jQuery.parseJSON(xhr.responseText);
     if(PMA_console && PMA_console.isEnabled) {

Or maybe we could use $.ajaxPrefilter, see [2] and [3]..

[0] http://api.jquery.com/ajaxSuccess/
[1] http://api.jquery.com/ajaxComplete/
[2] http://api.jquery.com/jquery.ajaxprefilter/
[3] http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5489070/use-jquery-ajax-prefilter-to-inspect-response-data-and-conditionally-forward-to


Atul Pratap Singh

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