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0000126FromDual Ops Center for MariaDB and MySQL (focmm)Generalpublic2014-05-02 21:07
Reporterabdel-mawla Assigned Tooli  
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
PlatformLinuxOSCentosOS Version6.x
Product Version0.1 
Target Version0.2Fixed in Version0.2 
Summary0000126: Only one button of "Make read-only" and "Make read-write" buttons should be enabled
DescriptionWhen the database instance is already marked as a read-only instance, it doesn't make sense to have the button "Make read-only" enabled.
The same behavior with "Make read-write" button.
While setting the system variable "read_only" with the already adjusted value is not a problem and no original errors from the database are fired in this case, but it doesn't make sense to set it with the same value several times.
Steps To Reproduce1- Click on the "Database" tab at the very top of MOC.
2- Choose a database instance from the already registered ones.
3- Click on the "Operations" tab.
4- Both buttons ("Make read-only" and "Make read-write" ) are enabled while only one of them should be enabled and the other one should be disabled depending on the value of the "read_only" system variable of the chosen instance.
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oli

2014-05-02 21:07

developer   ~0000106

fixed in rev245
Button is NOT disabled but not even shown if in the wrong context.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2014-03-05 10:18 abdel-mawla New Issue
2014-03-05 10:18 abdel-mawla Status new => assigned
2014-03-05 10:18 abdel-mawla Assigned To => oli
2014-05-02 21:07 oli Note Added: 0000106
2014-05-02 21:07 oli Status assigned => resolved
2014-05-02 21:07 oli Resolution open => fixed
2014-05-02 21:07 oli Product Version 1.0.0 => 0.1
2014-05-02 21:07 oli Fixed in Version => 0.2
2014-05-02 21:07 oli Target Version 1.0.0 => 0.2