It seems that Postgres schemas other than the default "public" one are currently unaccessible?3 votes
You can access tables in a different schema than the default “public” by customizing the schema_search_path in your database url.
An item has been added in the FAQ to explain how to do that : https://adminium.herokuapp.com/docs/faq
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from www.adminium.io (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). NET::ERR_CERT_WEAK_SIGNATURE_ALGORITHM1 vote
There was a temporary SSL misconfiguration due to certificate generation issues.
This is now fixed.
Sometimes the ID isnt the easiest way to identify things and I wish I could have a different column.1 vote
This is already configurable in the Miscellaneous pane of the Listing Settings (the cog icon in the upper right corner of a table listing page) by defining the right Label column.
Are there any updates coming soon to improve performance? We'd love to make more use of Adminium, but we're currently experiencing extremely slow navigation speeds--such that it renders the application unusable to us.1 vote
We have performed a major internal refactoring of Adminium. It has been in production for a few weeks now and has proved to be stable and greatly reduced response times.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch if Adminium still feels slow on your account or a particular table on your account.
if a user doesn't have rights to read a table, why should he have the right to see a widget about that table?1 vote
Good point, this has been fixed.
This way it is possible to easy clear a table without loosing schema.1 vote
The “Truncate table” action is now available on the schema page for a table.
Your latest update made the right scroll bar appear at the bottom of the actual table, like the table itself is in a frame. However, for those people using mice that only scroll vertically, it's not impossible to find the correct table line, and then scroll to the right using the mouse. The new updates look really nice, but that once little thing makes Adminum a crazy pain to use1 vote
Really sorry for the inconvenience, it’s fix.
It is possible to specify non default field separtor during CSV export, e.g. I used ';' isntead of comma to support data where fields contain commas. Export worked fine, but I couldn't import that file back and there's no way to specify custom separator at import time.
Error I get is: column name resolution failed (unknown column name 'Id;Password;Email' for table users).13 votes
You cannot currently enter a null value for a string. You can only enter empty strings. This is more of a bug than a missing feature.
This is a significant limitation. You need to support both null and empty.7 votes
You can now choose between a null value or an empty string when saving your records !
You can create a new one-off record for a table, would love to be able to import lots of records AND update records based on an id field.1 vote
You’ll find this feature available next to the “new record” button on any table listing page. You must provide a CSV File and both insert and update are supported based on the presence of the id column in the CSV.
Hope this will fit your need, please come back to us if you try this feature to tell us your feeling.
There is already a widget for selecting dates on the edition form (unless it is somehow broken for you). Are you talking about the filter interface for the listing settings or somewhere else ?
ClearDB on Heroku uses CLEARDB_DATABASE_URL_A and CLEARDB_DATABASE_URL_B. You can manually enter these in Adminium but it'd be nice to have it try these if DATABASE_URL wasn't set.3 votes
Thanks a lot for the feedback, we’ve just implemented it. Let us know if you have any other suggestions.
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