[Phpmyadmin-devel] Confirm bug: Missing value in the form!

Smita kumarismita62 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 15:45:09 CET 2014

Sorry, it seems there is already a bug reported. Just saw while browsing
through bug list. Let me know if this commit fix the same.

Thanks and Regards
- Smita Kumari

On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 7:57 PM, Smita <kumarismita62 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> When I try to execute query within Sql tab, many a times I get "Missing
> value in the form!" alert. I'm not sure if it's happening to just me or
> it's a bug introduced somehow.
> I using current git version.
> Steps to reproduce:
> 1. Select any database from nav pannel
> 2. Select Sql tab
> 2. copy and paste this query
> *create table missing_val (     id integer)*
> 3. click GO.
> OR
> 1. Select any table from nav panel.
> 2. Codemirror editor will have a pre-populated query so just click "GO"
> both the above comes with a pop up saying "Missing value in the form!",
> while it should not.
> I was debugging the code for why its happening, i realized in
> *checkSqlQuery* function,
> *sqlQuery.value* is either empty or is having just part of input value in
> some cases (where it is working as the value is not empty). So to fix it, I
> added a line that explicitly set the value of *sqlQuery* element and now
> its working for me.
> Here is the commit, let me know if it looks fine, I'll add a bug and send
> a pull request.
> https://github.com/smita786/phpmyadmin/commit/51d78cbb81f0e0121b3b1b932604487a71c809f8
> Thanks and Regards
> - Smita Kumari
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