Chirayu Chiripal | 28 Jul 19:30 2014
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Improved notification when attempting to insert invalid data.

Hi,

My GSoC task for this week is "Improved notification when attempting to insert invalid data". I would like to know at which places validation is required to be done?

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Chirayu Chiripal | 28 Jul 12:58 2014
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phpMyAdmin not working in Safari web browser

Hi,
I was using Safari 5.1.7 for windows (fresh install, default settings) and when I opened the phpMyAdmin on localhost I got a blank page (only favicon in URL bar was displayed).
I tested it on demo server (demo.phpmyadmin.net) on following branches:

* Master: Got a blank page (even login page was not working). See [1]
* QA_4_2: Page loaded but no icons/images were loaded.
* STABLE: Same as QA_4_2. See [2]

I tested this on Windows 7 and XP both with Safari 5.1.7.

Can anyone else check this on Safari web browser either on Mac or Windows?

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Ashutosh Dhundhara | 27 Jul 20:50 2014
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Improved UI for RFE #919

Hi Marc and Hugues,

I have improved the UI a little bit for this feature. Now the UI appears less cluttered. I have added a link to screenshot [1].The user is trying to add constraints to `table_2` in the example. Please comment.


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Bimal Yashodha | 24 Jul 21:00 2014
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OOP concepts into Designer

Hi,

As part of OOPing the code and removing duplications, I thought, It would be better to separate out HTML codes and PHP codes in the pmd_general.php file. So the intention is to move all the HTML outputs into separate php lib file and get those from function calls.

 
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Chirayu Chiripal | 23 Jul 21:18 2014
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Bug #3881 Escaped html in error message

Hi,

I was able to reproduce this bug #3881 in QA_4_0 but can't reproduce this anymore in QA_4_2, so it seems that it is fixed now (not sure in which version exactly).

Can anyone else reproduce this bug on QA_4_2 or master?

If no one is able to reproduce this anymore then maybe we can close this ticket [1].

[1]: https://sourceforge.net/p/phpmyadmin/bugs/3881/

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Ashutosh Dhundhara | 23 Jul 20:22 2014
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RFE #919

Hi,

This is in regards with RFE #919 (Multiple-column foreign key relation). I was trying to figure out the UI for this by modifying the existing one. I have attached a screenshot for the same.
Please comment.

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Marc Delisle | 22 Jul 21:04 2014

Re: How hard is the requirement for MySQL >= 5.5 in phpMyAdmin?

Le 2014-07-22 11:13, Robert Scheck a écrit :
> Hello Marc,
> 
> On Tue, 22 Jul 2014, Marc Delisle wrote:
>> from my experience, only some specific features will break. I don't
>> think that the phpMyAdmin team has collected a list of these features.
> 
> something that really wonders me is that this enforcement happened during
> the 4.2.x cycle...which is supposed to be a stable release series, no? Or
> why did it happen during 4.2.x?

IIRC, it was caused by something we noticed after 4.2.x started its
existence, so we preferred to notice users about it.

> 
>> For big databases, however, there will be a performance problem, as
>> phpMyAdmin relies extensively on information_schema, whose performance
>> with MySQL < 5.5 is worse.
> 
> How do you define "big databases"? About how many tables or which size
> would that be? For me it is a trade-off between sticking to 4.0.x or to
> accept non-perfect but acceptable performance for e.g. nearly all cases
> vs. it is always slow and quite unusable (aside of maybe some non-working
> specific features).

Thousands of tables and/or grants are definitely a problem.

> 
> Or is the issue that the performance with MySQL < 5.5 is generally worse
> and you just "recommend" to use a recent MySQL? But then using the latest
> phpMyAdmin wouldn't then make things more bad at least :)

You really feel the performance problem once you reach a certain amount
of tables.
> 
>> Maybe we can extend phpMyAdmin's 4.0 life (for security fixes).
> 
> Depending on above (and given the fact that I do not have any clue if this
> is realistic) I wonder if there is a chance to conditionalize support for
> MySQL < 5.5, so to disable some specific features in phpMyAdmin simply in
> the code?

Not really, as the navigation panel (left) is the one suffering the most
from older MySQL versions.
> 
> 
> Greetings,
>   Robert
> 

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Marc Delisle | 22 Jul 16:20 2014

Re: How hard is the requirement for MySQL >= 5.5 in phpMyAdmin?

Le 2014-07-22 05:09, Robert Scheck a écrit :
> Hello phpMyAdmin developers,
> 
> how hard is the requirement for MySQL >= 5.5 in phpMyAdmin? Actually, I am
> the package maintainer of phpMyAdmin in Fedora and EPEL. EPEL is an add-on
> repository for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS (and other derivates).
> 
> However, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 is shipping only MySQL 5.1 and Red Hat
> Enterprise Linux 5 is only shipping MySQL 5.0. And unfortunately since the
> phpMyAdmin 4.2.3 release you are enforcing MySQL >= 5.5 as requirement -
> which breaks both of them.
> 
> We could stay with phpMyAdmin 4.0.x for both, but 4.0.x goes EOL already in
> less than 6 months - quite early given that RHEL 6 is supported till 2020
> (and RHEL 5 until end of March 2017). I do not expect that you support old
> releases same long like that. However it would be really helpful can give
> some details why the requirement is enforced and what could break with an
> older version (some specific features, mostly everything, everything?) of
> MySQL.

Hi Robert,
from my experience, only some specific features will break. I don't
think that the phpMyAdmin team has collected a list of these features.

For big databases, however, there will be a performance problem, as
phpMyAdmin relies extensively on information_schema, whose performance
with MySQL < 5.5 is worse.

Maybe we can extend phpMyAdmin's 4.0 life (for security fixes).

> 
> Thank you very much for your time already and hope to hear some details :)
> 
> 
> Greetings,
>   Robert
> 

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Marc Delisle | 18 Jul 00:34 2014

phpMyAdmin 4.0.10.1, 4.1.14.2 and 4.2.6 are released

Welcome to phpMyAdmin 4.0.10.1, 4.1.14.2 and 4.2.6, which are bugfix
versions containing security fixes.

The announcements for the security fixes will be published soon on
http://www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/security/ as PMASA-2014-4 to
PMASA-2014-7.

Details will appear on http://phpmyadmin.net. You can also visit
https://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmyadmin/files to download.

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