Bug #776 Double click of sql command in history tab should (re)run sql
Submitted: 2 Jul 2003 6:48 Modified: 27 Aug 2003 19:47
Reporter: Ronan O'Connor Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
None 
Category:MySQLCC Severity:S4 (Feature request)
Version:0.9.2 OS:Linux (Redhat 9)
Assigned to: Bugs System CPU Architecture:Any
Triage: D5 (Feature request)

[2 Jul 2003 6:48] Ronan O'Connor
Description:
In the history tab of a query window for a table, if you double click one of the commands, you should be able to run the command again. This would be especially useful for a 'select * from ...' command, which I often run directly after making changes to the database, to confirm changes.
At present a double click of a command in the history tab, writes the command to the SQL window which then requires executing. This could be better implemented as a double click. 
A single click on a command in the history tab could then cause the command to be written to the SQL window. (As currently implemented by double click).

How to repeat:
In an open Table query window, where several previous sql commands have been executed, open the history tab and double click a previously run history command.

Suggested fix:
Double click of command in History tab causes sql query to run. Single click would write the command to the Sql window.
[27 Aug 2003 19:47] Jorge del Conde
Hi!

This is the expected behavior.  What you can do is right-click on the history panel and select the "Execute Query" option.