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MySql Import problema

Thread began 8/06/2009 8:43 pm by lionel307143 | Last modified 8/17/2009 7:36 pm by Eric Mittman | 1164 views | 3 replies |

lionel307143

MySql Import problema

Hello:

I try to import the store.sql file in my database and this is the error i got:
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Error

SQL query:

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `orders` (
`OrderID` int( 11 ) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT ,
`OrderUserID` int( 11 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderAmount` float NOT NULL ,
`OrderShipName` varchar( 100 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderShipAddress` varchar( 100 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderShipAddress2` varchar( 100 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderCity` varchar( 50 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderState` varchar( 50 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderZip` varchar( 20 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderCountry` varchar( 50 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderPhone` varchar( 20 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderFax` varchar( 20 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderShipping` float NOT NULL ,
`OrderTax` float NOT NULL ,
`OrderEmail` varchar( 100 ) NOT NULL ,
`OrderDate` timestamp NOT NULL default CURRENT_TIMESTAMP ,
`OrderShipped` tinyint( 1 ) NOT NULL default '0',
`OrderTrackingNumber` varchar( 80 ) default NULL ,
PRIMARY KEY ( `OrderID` )
);

MySQL said: Documentation
#1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'CURRENT_TIMESTAMP,
`OrderShipped` tinyint(1) NOT NULL defaul
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Please check for a solution and let me know... Thank you.

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Eric Mittman

It seems that it does not like the default value for the OrderDate column. Do you know what version of MySQL you are working with? This should be valid and working with the newer versions of MySQL 5.

One thing that you may want to try is to remove the default clause for that column. This should make it the same way but not explicitly referenced in the sql. Depending on your version of MySQL you may also want to use a datetime format instead of a timestamp format, both should store the same values.

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lionel307143

MySQL

MySQL version at the server is 5.1 I have not tried your second choice. Let me know if I still need to try it

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Eric Mittman

If you are getting the error the same as before then removing the default clause should clear it up.

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