On 02/15/2011 12:45 PM, Jon Olav Hauglid wrote:
> On 02/15/2011 12:32 PM, Jorgen Loland wrote:
>>> I think it would be good to also cover the behavior of an InnoDB table
>>> without a primary key.
>> InnoDB always has primary keys. If you don't provide one explicitly,
>> InnoDB creates one on an autogenerated column. Is this a request anyway?
> My thought was just to show that not all multi update statements on an
> InnoDB table which uses the table twice, are disallowed.
Ok, I will do that in a final patch after Mattias' review.
>>> Is this change really needed anymore?
>> No, but I got the impression from Mattias that this was something that
>> was forgotten. I figured there could be other SQL statements that could
>> also get into this error code. I don't have a strong opinion either way
>> - remove or keep?
> I vote to keep handler.cc unchanged, but I'm open to arguments to the
Lets see what Mattias thinks :)
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