Thanks - committed with a minor change to remove a duplicate WHERE
clause that you added to one of the queries.
On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 5:22 PM, Magnus Hagander <mag...@hagander.net> wrote:
> There are a number of cases where queries in both pgadmin4 and pgadmin3 are
> done against pg_depend but falis to constrain the query on classid.
> In particular, if for example a constraint and a sequence exists with the
> same oid (which is perfectly valid, as they are in different tables), a
> column will suddenly refer sequences that are completely incorrect. When we
> look up sequences, we have to make sure we only match dependencies against
> AFAICT, the following patch catches the important ones. I could go ahead and
> push it, but given that we're in RC I'd appreciate a round of review before
> doing that, even though it looks fairly simple.
> I've got the same changes in a patch to pgadmin3, as these queries are
> basically a copy/paste from there. But let's focus the review on the one for
> pgadmin4 :)
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