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|From:||Paul DuBois||Date:||December 20 2002 1:08pm|
|Subject:||Re: minor problem with ALTER TABLE|
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At 18:31 +0800 12/20/02, Federico Razzoli wrote: >I tried to change a Heap table to BDB. I didn't compile MySQL with >BDB, so I expected to get an error. Instead, the table type has been >set to MyISAM, wich is the default type. I think this is a bug, if >it isn't I think this behavoir should be changed. MySQL uses the default table type if you alter a table to a type that is legal but not supported by your particular server.
|• minor problem with ALTER TABLE||Federico Razzoli||20 Dec|
|• Re: minor problem with ALTER TABLE||Paul DuBois||20 Dec|
|• re: minor problem with ALTER TABLE||Egor Egorov||20 Dec|