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Table lost when moved to a wxSQLite DB #3582

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warepilot opened this issue Sep 29, 2019 · 7 comments

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commented Sep 29, 2019

Details

According to SQLiteStudio these wxsqlite.db are read only bases, so it didn't accept the table I moved and the table was gone on origin.db after moved.

Steps to reproduce

Create a wxSQLite DB, drag and drop a table in it from another database on the list.
The program will say: this database is read only. And the table will dissapear from origin DB.

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SQLiteStudio 3.2.1 on Wine

Proposal

If a table can't be moved in any circumstances shouldn't be deleted from origin.
If a table has been effectively moved, then remove it from origin after successful operation.

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commented Sep 30, 2019

May I ask why did you use Wine for it? Do you still struggle with native Linux installation? Did you try a ready-to-use binaries in form of an installator from the home page?

@pawelsalawa pawelsalawa added this to the 3.2.2 milestone Sep 30, 2019
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commented Sep 30, 2019

(of course I will try to reproduce it myself on native Linux and other platforms too)

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commented Oct 3, 2019

According to download page, available version for Linux are x64... I guess you talk about the precompiled *.tar.xz ... As I'm on a x32 system, right now I'm at this point... Unless you tell me that the tar file classified on x64 will run on my x32...

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commented Oct 4, 2019

Right. 32bit binaries are no longer provided.

Regardless of that, the bug is acknowledged and will be fixed in 3.2.2.

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commented Oct 4, 2019

Although, I'm not sure why is target database considered as read-only for you. Is the target file writable?

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commented Oct 4, 2019

File has been created with the very SQLiteStudio, not sure if that affects somehow.
The moment I dropped my table on the encrypted db, it said something like "these bases are considered read only".

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commented Oct 4, 2019

Okay. I'll look into that.

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