Magento 2 is a powerful and popular eCommerce platform that has been designed to handle complex and large-scale online stores. Its modular architecture provides developers with a high degree of flexibility and customization, enabling them to create powerful extensions that can improve the functionality of the platform. However, developing Magento 2 extensions can be a … Read more
We have a database that is utf8mb4 and utf8mb4_unicode_ci through and through. I’ve even exported all SQL code of the entire “project” (via dbForge) and can’t find a single reference to UTF8 in the entire project. I’ve verified all tables use the proper charset and collation.
I’m using express.js with mysql2.
In my stored procedure I am calling PREPARE for multiple INSERT IGNORE INTO statements from one database to another, but there is a chance that they dont have the same tables. So all I want to do is to skip that SQL statement and continue to next one if table doesnt exist, i.e. after the PREPARE statement fails.
I have a PHP form that enters data into my MySQL database. My primary key is one of the user-entered values. When the user enters a value that already exists in the table, the MySQL error “Duplicate entry ‘entered value’ for key 1” is returned.
Instead of that error, I would like to alert the user that they need to enter a different value. Just an echoed message or something.
I have this error below on a site I am running. I don’t understand why is that as it works fine on my localhost. Is it something to do with the host? I am on an Unix server. Warning: mysqli::mysqli() [mysqli.mysqli]: (42000/1203): User dbo343879423 already has more than 'max_user_connections' active connections in /homepages/9/d322397966/htdocs/dump/models/class_database.php on line … Read more
Is it possible to make all PHP errors be written to MySQL instead of to the standard error_log file. I guess this would be possible if i wrote my own error handler from scratch but i have a lot of legacy code in place and ideally i would just make 1 global change and that would be it. Can this be done?
I believe there is nothing currently available in MySQL that allows access to the
SQLSTATE of the last executed statement within a MySQL stored procedure. This means that when a generic
SQLException is raised within a stored procedure it is hard/impossible to derive the exact nature of the error.
I get the following warning listed below and I was wondering how do I fix it Warning: mysqli_fetch_array() expects parameter 1 to be mysqli_result, boolean given on line 65 The code is around this section of PHP code listed below. I can list the full code if needed. // function to retrieve average and votes … Read more
I’m dealing with a MySQL table that defines the JobName column as UNIQUE. If somebody tries to save a new Job to the database using a JobName that is already in the database, MySQL throws a warning.