[Durham] About last night ...

Richard Patterson richard at helpquick.co.uk
Wed Nov 20 16:34:17 UTC 2013

See http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/server-sql-mode.html

You can execute "SELECT @@GLOBAL.sql_mode;" from a mysql prompt on the 
macbook we were working on to prove that it's set globally...

Interestingly, there is an sql_mode you can set - ALLOW_INVALID_DATES - 
which would have allowed your 31st November dates ;-)



On 20/11/2013 15:55, Dougie Nisbet wrote:
> Thanks for all your help - those who were at last night's NELUG, but ....
> bizarrely, I can't transfer the knowledge.
> I have tried exporting the data to a MAC Mini, and iMAC, and, ANOTHER 
> identical Macbook to the one we used last night. All will retrieve 
> records, will not save data. It's possible to enter data into the 
> fields, but they are not saved.
> So what's different? I don't know. I've dumped the data from the 
> Macbook, and even tried copying the raw files over to other servers. 
> I've included Dave's last minute finding of:
> tried with it and without it.
> I've copied the entire /Library/WebServer structure from the macbook 
> to other machines.
> So what did we do last night on the macbook that I'm missing? Am I 
> going to have to do a Crimewatch like reconstruction of last night's 
> events to try and recall what configuration change was made that seems 
> to be unique to the macbook? I was beginning to think it was hardware 
> specific - but having tried migrating it to an identically specced 
> macbook and having the same problem makes me think that there's some 
> unique config change on last night's macbook.
> Yours stumped,
> Dougie
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