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MySQL Syntax Error

 
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JForum 2.1 (not 2.1.3)
MySQL 4.1.7

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.


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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.

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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.

Rafael


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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.
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I fixed it using another version of MySQL driver.
(v3.0.10, v3.0.12 and v3.0.14 all works fine)
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hhmm.. I guess 4.0.x will also work. I did some fixes for mysql 4.1.x, but looks like some more are needed.. :roll:

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I confirm it works with 3.0.14 but not with the provided 3.1.4
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Is this really a live discussion board?
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Ummm, if it is not and this is a dead discussion board, that would make us "zombies", so I guess the answer is: yes, it is alive!!

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