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MySQL Error#: 1064 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MariaDB server version for the right syntax to use near 'b64:U0VMRUNUICogRlJPTSBvaHNfZXJnb25vbWljcwpXSEVSRSAwID0gMQ==' at line 1

Thread began 11/11/2019 11:29 am by anonymous | Last modified 1/10/2020 1:44 pm by Ray Borduin | 127 views | 10 replies |

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MySQL Error#: 1064 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MariaDB server version for the right syntax to use near 'b64:U0VMRUNUICogRlJPTSBvaHNfZXJnb25vbWljcwpXSEVSRSAwID0gMQ==' at line 1

I responded to a similar post but I cannot remember what it was about and I don't know how i can comment under my name or profile. I keep showin gup as anonymous. Anyhoo, the answer Ray gave was something about the site not being correct. I didn't change my site information and its been working fine until last week.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try reinstalling DataBridge. It appears your MM_ServerScripts are out of date. It may have happened with the latest version of Dreamweaver update, It could also be an issue with the testing server URL or default directory not pointing to the site root. The would also prevent the scripts from being overwritten properly.

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Steve

Did you find the solution? It would be good if these issues had clear resolutions when we google similar cases.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This error means your MM_ServerScripts are out of date. This can happen if you have the wrong root folder or url set in your testing server site definition. It could also happen if you installed the Adobe Deprecated Server Behaviors after DataBridge and inadvertently reverted to the old version.

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I did a complete reinstall of Dw and WA and that fixed it.

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Steve

I've double checked and confirmed accuracy of the Root path on the testing server.
Deleted "MM_ServerScripts" on both sides (local and remote).

Working in a new clean location so WA files should be generating from the current install which is the latest ( believe ).
rsobj.php is at version // version 2.32
queryobj.php had not generated locally so will search out the most recent version of this file and upload.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This doesn't have anything to do with the rsobj or queryobj files. It is an issue with the MM_ServerScripts files. Somehow they are out of date.

When you deleted the remote version, where they re-created?

If you attach a ZIP of that folder I could tell you if they were out of date. Maybe try reinstalling databridge to make sure you have the latest versions.

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Steve

I'll do a reinstall and have attached the zip

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_mmServerScripts.zip
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I can confirm that you have an older version of the MMHTTPDB.php file and that is causing this issue. A re-install of Databridge should fix this issue.

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Steve

The re-install worked. Thanks!

But I DID have the latest 2.3.5 installed. Also as noted I was moving to a new directory and only downloading files from this older site as needed for updates. This should have used the latest construction files when deleting and regenerating the MMHTTPDB.php file.

I'm happy it works now and thanks for solution but confused in why this was the case even with current files? Cached somewhere?

It would be nice to have some "integrity check" file to execute which would check for issues like this.

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