Bug #74763 Can't see all connections in a group
Submitted: 10 Nov 2014 12:39 Modified: 3 Feb 2015 3:14
Reporter: Derek Kaye Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Workbench Severity:S2 (Serious)
Version: build 2280, 64bit OS:Microsoft Windows (8.1)
Assigned to: CPU Architecture:Any
Tags: Connections, Groups

[10 Nov 2014 12:39] Derek Kaye
Not all saved conections in a group are displayed in that group

How to repeat:
1. Create 46 connections in the same group (this is the example I have, there may be a smaller way to reproduce), by going to manage server connections and giving each connection a unique name in the form "Group/Connection x".
2. Observe how the home page will show "Group" in white in a blue box and then "46 connections" in smaller letters inside the box.
3. Click into this group
4. Observe how the scroll bar indicates 3 pages.
5. Scroll through the pages and observe how the last visible connection is connection 39.
6. Attempt to open any of the connections 40-46.

Suggested fix:
There's probably something strange going on with the pagination here. Also, it's a pain to have to scroll back to page 1 just to go back to the home page, but that's a seperate issue.
[1 Dec 2014 8:48] MySQL Verification Team
Hello Derek Kaye,

Thank you for the report and steps.
Observed this behavior with WB 6.2.4(12437 build 2426) on Win7.

[1 Dec 2014 8:52] MySQL Verification Team

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[14 Jan 2015 14:03] Juan Rene Ramirez Monarrez
Posted by developer:
There was a problem with the pagination logic on the connections section.

Problem has been resolved and the fix will be available on WB 6.2.5

Thanks for submitting this bug report!
[3 Feb 2015 3:14] Philip Olson
Posted by developer:
Fixed as of the upcoming MySQL Workbench 6.2.5 release, and here's the changelog entry:

The "Connection Group" folders would not properly display all connections
when 40+ connections were stored in a single folder.

Thank you for the bug report.