[ic] Displaying SQL-Errors in the Administration Panel
mike at perusion.com
Wed Jul 9 15:49:42 EDT 2003
Quoting Frank Zibell (frank.zibell at xi-quadrat.de):
> I need to prevent double product items. Items (for us) are equal if
> "description" and "category" are the same. So I defined an
> SQL-table-constraint respectively composite key:
> "alter table products add unique nodoubles (description, category);"
> So from now on the database does not permit item entries, where another
> entry with the same description and the same category already exists.
> But when I add such a double entry in the administration panel, there
> is no error message displayed. The second item is just not created
> (because the DB says "no") - but no hint for the user. And the
> autonumber increases! I thought there might be a way to define that
> rule in database/mysql/products.mysql. But I did not found that
> documented anywhere.
The autonumber will always increase if you are letting
IC set it, because it has to display it. If you want to
use AUTO_SEQUENCE, I believe the latest versions will
let the database autonumber it.
> Isn't it possible, that all SQL-Errors are displayed in the
> administration-panel? That's what I thougt should be the default! I use
> IC v.4.9.7.
I believe you are right. I have been ignoring this issue for
some time, but will be fixing it soon.
For the moment, you have to look at the global error.log file. Ugh.
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