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#316 ERROR: type "e" does not exist

CVS
closed-fixed
Tables (62)
5
2007-09-21
2007-09-21
Rafal Slubowski
No

When displaying columns or constraints of any table (I've tried four different databases) I got an error box with:
------------8<-----------------
ERROR: type "e" does not exist

In command:

SELECT DISTINCT
max(SUBSTRING(array_dims(c.conkey) FROM E'^\\[.*:(.*)\\]$')) as nb
FROM
pg_catalog.pg_constraint AS c
JOIN pg_catalog.pg_class AS r ON (c.conrelid = r.oid)
JOIN pg_catalog.pg_namespace AS ns ON r.relnamespace=ns.oid
WHERE
r.relname = 'awl_db_revision' AND ns.nspname='public'
------------8<-----------------

There is normal listing of columns/constraints under that error box.

phpPgAdmin version from cvs (2007-09-21)
PostgreSQL version 8.0.3
Databases coding - Unicode

Discussion

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    Tanks for your report.

    fixed in CVS.

     
  • Robert Treat
    Robert Treat
    2007-09-21

    • milestone: --> CVS
    • assigned_to: nobody --> ioguix
    • status: open --> closed-fixed