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Data grid gets hosed after a while

incursio's profile image incursio posted 2 months ago in General Permalink

Currently running 11.0.0.5919.

I generally leave HeidiSQL up all the time, along with my terminal sessions and other stuff. Lately, I've noticed that overnight the data grid will look like the attached image. Not sure if it's caused by a temporary network connection disruption or something else. Restarting Heidi gets rid of the issue, of course, but thought I'd bring it up. :)

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incursio's profile image incursio posted 2 months ago Permalink

Just to add to this, there seems to be no need to restart HeidiSQL to fix the display of data. Just switching to another table fixes it also.

incursio's profile image incursio posted 2 months ago Permalink

One more thing. It just happened with the latest build 11.00.0.5931.

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ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 2 months ago Permalink

This is the normal way for HeidiSQL to handle a disconnected session. A session is automatically reconnected when you fire a new query, click another table, or do other stuff on the connection.

incursio's profile image incursio posted 2 months ago Permalink

Thanks for the response! I do have to say that it seems ... odd ... that it would be the normal mode of handling something like that. If I can offer a suggestion ... it might make things a bit more obvious if the grid rows were greyed out and disabled, and a modal popped up letting the user know there was a network connection issue. When the modal is closed, it can try to reconnect, etc. Just a thought!

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