phpMyAdmin does not allow to create a view from a query which has returned an empty set of results.
It is a bug. I should be able to create a view even when my tables are yet empty without the need to add some testing data into my tables.
Bug: something the software is supposed to do but does badly
Missing feature: something you wish the software would do
Moving to feature requests
Ticket moved from /p/phpmyadmin/bugs/3844/
I'm a student at CTU Prague, attending "Open source programming" class where as a project we have to participate in some open source project. Do you think I could take this on?
sure, give it a try!
This feature request has it's milestone set to "Needs_planning". My question therefore is, what version should I implement this in.
Use the "master" branch.
So I gave it a try:
If the given solution is somehow against phpmyadmin code style or philosophy, we can review it together and I can give it necessary tweaks.
See also https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/pull/285
Fixed with https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/pull/287. This will be part of the 4.1 release. Thanks for reporting.
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