Bug #89052 Drag-and-drop column reordering renames neighboring column in the diagram view
Submitted: 26 Dec 2017 2:59 Modified: 26 Dec 2017 7:22
Reporter: David Divine Email Updates:
Status: Verified Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Workbench: Modeling Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:6.3.10 CE OS:Ubuntu (16.04)
Assigned to: CPU Architecture:Any

[26 Dec 2017 2:59] David Divine
Reordering a table's columns with drag-and-drop in the EER Diagram module causes a neighboring column to take the name of the column that's being moved. If the column is moved upward, it's the column above that takes on the name. If a column is moved downward, it's the column below that takes on the name.


Col1: ID
Col2: Title
Col3: Desc
Col4: Price
Col5: Inventory

Drag Col4 upward to sit between Col1 and Col 2:

Col1: ID
Col4: Price
Col2: Title
Col3: Price
Col5: Inventory

Col3 has been renamed to Price, matching Col4.

How to repeat:
1. Place a table figure into an EER diagram.
2. Double click the table to open the table editor in the bottom pane.
3. Select the columns tab in the table editor.
4. Click and drag a column to change its location

End: Confirm that a column neighboring the original location
[26 Dec 2017 3:02] David Divine
Adding more specific version information for Workbench and OS
[26 Dec 2017 7:22] MySQL Verification Team
Hello David Divine,

Thank you for the report.
Verified as described on Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS with MySQL Workbench Community (GPL) for Linux/Unix version 6.3.10 CE build 12092614 (64 bit).