There was no problem using the installation wizard. And I can also access the first page of the forum after installation.
When I clicked to access the default "Test" topic, it showed me an error message.
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 '?, ?' at line 1
Here is the stack trace. Any idea? thx for your help.
Actually I don't know which version of driver I'm using.
I installed both software and config the param in JForum installation wizard.
So I suppose it will use the driver come with jforum.
How can I check the version and change to use a specific driver?
Thx for your prompt response.
Rafael Steil wrote:Looks like a problem with the LIMIT clause.. Are you using the mysql driver which comes with jforum (3.1.4) or you changed it? JForum will not work correctly with 3.1.6 or 3.1.7.
I've tested that I'm using the MySQL driver come with JForum,
coz I removed it from WEB/lib and I got the driver missing exception.
So anybody tried with the same config (jforum 2.1 + mysql 4.1.7)
Or I should use JForum 2.1.3?
What is the recommended version of MySQL?
Thx. [originally posted on jforum.net by Anonymous]