>>>>> "Sean" == Sean Leach <sal@stripped> writes:
Sean> When I tried to do an insert into a table, it said the column "billCounty" wasn't
> found, though it had been working prefectly all along with the same code/table. When a
> did a "desc" on the table, the column was there. When I did a "SELECT billCounty FROM
> ..." it said column not found. Then I tried to just add the column to the table to see
> what would happen, it said "Can't add column, already exists". So to fix the problem, I
> had to drop the column, and re-add it.
Sean> Not sure how to repeat, it only happened to this one table in this one database.
> I have about 10 databases with the same schema.
Sean> Had to drop/add the column. This would have sucked if there was useful info in
> theat column. The column even showed up in a mysqldump of the table.
Next time this happens, please include a cut and past of the whole
thing! As I have never heard about the above problem before, I can only
conclude that you must have misspelled it...
|• Phantom column||Sean Leach||7 Oct|
| • Phantom column||Michael Widenius||8 Oct|