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Column view is gone?

tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago in General Permalink
I'm running revision 2712 and I can't see my columns anymore!

I open a schema and choose a table and, with the new tabs interface, my columns are gone! The only way I can see my columns is in data and query views. But even then I can't see the data types and sizes so I can't edit my columns.

Help?unhappy
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Had to revert to build 2405 so I could work again. :(
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Had to revert to build 2405 so I could work again. :(
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
Can't believe that - no change on the table editor between r2705 and r2712 . And also I can't reproduce it. If you're really sure about that, could you please post the CREATE TABLE statement here for that table?
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
You may not believe it but it was true. unhappy

I'll see about installing on a VM and try reproducing the problem. Also I had gone from I believe r2694 directly to r2712. So I wonder if that played a part?
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Just upgraded from r2405 directly to r2720. Still have the same behavior. For example:
CREATE TABLE `jobs` (
PRIMARY KEY (`job_ID`),
UNIQUE INDEX `job_ID` (`job_ID`),
INDEX `job_ID_2` (`job_ID`, `customer_ID`, `plan_ID`)
)
COLLATE=latin1_swedish_ci
ENGINE=InnoDB
ROW_FORMAT=COMPACT
AUTO_INCREMENT=2
AVG_ROW_LENGTH=16384


Simple table but no view of the columns at all. Hop

This screencap animation should show you what I'm talking about.

Does BBCode work here?

tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Sorry about the double-postings. I keep hitting the back button and it posts again. wink
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
The only change regarding the table editor between r2694 and r2712 is r2705 . Which should not have such an effect. But it would be nice if you check if r2704 did not have this problem? Thanks!
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
And could you paste the result of a
SHOW CREATE TABLE jobs
here?
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Already posted the SHOW CREATE TABLE above?
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
That was the broken one which has no columns, just indexes, saw that? You need to query that SHOW CREATE TABLE so we can see the real one.
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
This is the SHOW CREATE TABLE jobs result from r2405:
CREATE TABLE "jobs" (
"job_ID" bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
"checked_out" tinyint(1) unsigned DEFAULT '0',
"customer_ID" int(11) unsigned DEFAULT NULL,
"plan_ID" bigint(20) unsigned DEFAULT NULL,
"total_square_footage" int(10) unsigned DEFAULT NULL,
"engineering_date" date DEFAULT NULL,
"job_completed" tinyint(3) unsigned DEFAULT '0',
"job_notes" varchar(2000) DEFAULT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY ("job_ID"),
UNIQUE KEY "job_ID" ("job_ID"),
KEY "job_ID_2" ("job_ID","customer_ID","plan_ID")
)
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
Hm that's not exactly what I meant - I assume this is taken from HeidiSQL's export to file feature? The double quotes are ANSI syntax. What I need is the very original "SHOW CREATE TABLE `jobs`" result from MySQL, using the query tab. Or am I wrong and you did exactly that?
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
There was a similar bug recently resulting in an empty SHOW CREATE TABLE for broken table comments with critical characters in it. But that was fixed in r2684 . But I guess there is a problem with some regular expression parsing that SHOW CREATE TABLE result. In order to analyze that I need your original CREATE TABLE from your jobs table.
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
The SHOW CREATE TABLE results above are indeed the results from the query tab in r2405.
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Our server's sql_mode is set to:
REAL_AS_FLOAT,PIPES_AS_CONCAT,ANSI_QUOTES,IGNORE_SPACE,ANSI
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Went to the MySQL command prompt and ran the command. This is the output directly from the MySQL server.

mysql> show create table engineering.jobs;
+-------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------+
| Table | Create Table
|
+-------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------+
| jobs  | CREATE TABLE "jobs" (
"job_ID" bigint(20) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
"checked_out" tinyint(1) unsigned DEFAULT '0',
"customer_ID" int(11) unsigned DEFAULT NULL,
"plan_ID" bigint(20) unsigned DEFAULT NULL,
"total_square_footage" int(10) unsigned DEFAULT NULL,
"engineering_date" date DEFAULT NULL,
"job_completed" tinyint(3) unsigned DEFAULT '0',
"job_notes" varchar(2000) DEFAULT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY ("job_ID"),
UNIQUE KEY "job_ID" ("job_ID"),
KEY "job_ID_2" ("job_ID","customer_ID","plan_ID")
) |
+-------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink

Our server's sql_mode is set to:
REAL_AS_FLOAT,PIPES_AS_CONCAT,ANSI_QUOTES,IGNORE_SPACE,ANSI



Aah.... makes sense now. This must cause the missing columns, as there are regular expression expecting the backtick!
ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
ANSI_QUOTES support added in r2727
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Thanks! I'll give r2727 a shot and let you know how it worked. happy
tofudisan's profile image tofudisan posted 13 years ago Permalink
Pulled r2727 down and, so far at least, it's working great! :D

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