#79 no carriage return displayed in procedure editing web widget

v6.1.3
open
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5
2012-02-29
2012-02-28
No

If you come to edit a procedure in the console in the web interface of Virtuoso , the widget is totally unusable as the carriage returns as not displayed.

for instance, a procedure I created in console like
CREATE procedure do_db_backup (IN backup_type VARCHAR)
{
declare backup_id VARCHAR;
declare block_size INT;
declare time_out INT;
declare backup_path VARCHAR;

backup_id := sprintf('%d_W%02d', year(now()), week(now()));
block_size := 5000;
time_out := 10;
backup_path := '/ke/data/virtuoso/backup/';
backup_type := initcap(lower(backup_type));

IF (backup_type = 'Full')
{
log_message('Full backup starting now');
log_message('Clear context');
backup_context_clear();
log_message('Checkpoint starting');
exec('checkpoint');
backup_online(sprintf('%s_%s_',backup_id, backup_type), block_size, time_out, vector(backup_path));
log_message(sprintf('Full backup done'));

RETURN;
}

IF (backup_type = 'Incr')
{
log_message('Incremental backup starting now');
log_message('Checkpoint starting');
exec('checkpoint');
backup_online(sprintf('%s_%s_',backup_id, backup_type), block_size, time_out, vector(backup_path));
log_message(sprintf('Incremental backup done'));

RETURN;
}

IF (backup_type <> 'Full' OR backup_type <> 'Incr')
{
log_message(sprintf('Wrong backup type, should be Incr or Full'));
RETURN -1;
}
}

in displayed this way in the edit web view

#line 18 "(console)"
create procedure do_db_backup (IN backup_type VARCHAR) { declare backup_id VARCHAR; declare block_size INT; declare time_out INT; declare backup_path VARCHAR; backup_id := sprintf('%d_W%02d', year(now()), week(now())); block_size := 5000; time_out := 10; backup_path := '/ke/data/virtuoso/backup/'; backup_type := initcap(lower(backup_type)); if (backup_type = 'Full') { log_message('Full backup starting now'); log_message('Clear context'); backup_context_clear(); log_message('Checkpoint starting'); exec('checkpoint'); backup_online(sprintf('%s_%s_',backup_id, backup_type), block_size, time_out, vector(backup_path)); log_message(sprintf('Full backup done')); return; } if (backup_type = 'Incr') { log_message('Incremental backup starting now'); log_message('Checkpoint starting'); exec('checkpoint'); backup_online(sprintf('%s_%s_',backup_id, backup_type), block_size, time_out, vector(backup_path)); log_message(sprintf('Incremental backup done')); return; } if (backup_type <> 'Full' OR backup_type <> 'Incr') { log_message(sprintf('Wrong backup type, should be Incr or Full')); return -1; } }

Discussion

  • Baptiste Mille-Mathias

    Instead of 'If you come to edit a procedure in the console' I meant 'If you come to edit a procedure created in the console'

     
  • iODBC Maintainer

    • assigned_to: nobody --> iodbc
     
  • iODBC Maintainer

    Can you tell me which menu item in the conductor you are using to edit this procedure?

     
  • Baptiste Mille-Mathias

    the work flow I use is the following:
    - create the procedure given in console using isql.
    - go to http://myserver:8890/conductor
    - Click tab "Select", I arrive on "Schema Objects" page
    - click on "DB" folder icon
    - click on "Procedures" folder icon
    - locate the procedure created previously in console, click on the "edit" link on the right hand corner.
    - you can see the procedure in-properly displayed.

     

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