use the correct query for the events table
authorDaniel Brooks <db48x@db48x.net>
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 09:50:22 -0400
changeset 58841 0198aa4d41f738be6bd5152adaa5621ad104e036
parent 58840 4a6800b88bbc440c40c26e9cc43e4dfd641cb14c
child 58842 d9b63788b7081c7821a96124b04646e6a3766a15
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push dateWed, 08 Dec 2010 04:15:54 +0000
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milestone2.0b6pre
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use the correct query for the events table
toolkit/content/aboutStartup.js
--- a/toolkit/content/aboutStartup.js
+++ b/toolkit/content/aboutStartup.js
@@ -196,17 +196,17 @@ function populateMeasurements()
       overview = $.plot($("#overview"), series, overviewOpts);
       go();
     },
   });
 }
 
 function populateEvents()
 {
-  var query = db.createStatement("SELECT timestamp, launch, startup, appVersion, appBuild, platformVersion, platformBuild FROM duration");
+  var query = db.createStatement("SELECT timestamp, extensionID, extensionVersion, action FROM events");
   let lastver, lastbuild;
   let hasresults;
 
   query.executeAsync({
     handleResult: function(results)
     {
       let table = document.getElementById("events-table");
       for (let row = results.getNextRow(); row; row = results.getNextRow())