#878 SQL Console exhibits slow response - logs many java errors

3.1
closed
Core (462)
5
2010-06-14
2010-06-02
Anonymous
No

Running Version 3.1.1

When I start typing in sql statements, I notice a slow response from the console at displaying what I typed. It will also reverse what I type, exhibiting dyslexic behavior. For example, when I type \'from\' it will appear as \'morf\'. After getting to the second line of typing, the client quits refreshing the screen and I can no longer see the console. At the bottom, it is continuously logging errors that state:

2010-06-02 10:09:26,175 [AWT-EventQueue-1] ERROR net.sourceforge.squirrel_sql.client.Application - Exception occured dispatching Event java.awt.event.InvocationEvent[INVOCATION_DEFAULT,runnable=javax.swing.SystemEventQueueUtilities$ComponentWorkRequest@211b37,notifier=null,catchExceptions=false,when=1275491366175] on sun.awt.windows.WToolkit@1c9a690
java.lang.NullPointerException

The client itself is still responsive, and I can close my session and try again but the same behavior occurs as soon as I begin typing.

Attached is an excerpt from my \"squirrel-sql.log\" that contains the last few errors. I can't upload the entire log file because it is too large

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    Anonymous - 2010-06-02

    If you need to get in contact with me about this bug, contact me at
    phil.aylesworth@gmail.com

     
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    Anonymous - 2010-06-02

    Installing Snapshot-20100530-1836 resolved this issue.

    So, if you already fixed the bug you can close this one. thanks!

     
  • Gerd Wagner

    Gerd Wagner - 2010-06-14

    Closed according to author's comment.

     
  • Gerd Wagner

    Gerd Wagner - 2010-06-14
    • status: open --> closed
     

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