* Dmitry Shulga <Dmitry.Shulga@stripped> [11/06/08 10:52]:
> #At file:///Users/shulga/projects/mysql/mysql-5.1-bug11764334/ based on
> 3662 Dmitry Shulga 2011-06-08
> Fixed bug#11764334 (formerly bug#57156): ALTER EVENT CHANGES
> THE EVENT STATUS.
> Any ALTER EVENT statement on a disabled event enabled it back
> (unless this ALTER EVENT statement explicitly disabled the event).
> The problem was that during processing of an ALTER EVENT statement
> value of status field was overwritten unconditionally even if new
> value was not specified explicitly. As a consequence this field
> was set to default value for status which corresponds to ENABLE.
> The solution is to check if status field was explicitly specified in
> ALTER EVENT statement before assigning new value to status field.
I think it is OK to push this patch after getting approval
from the second reviewer.
Dmitry Lenev, Software Developer
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