Wow, I am a little tired... this is the query causing me the problem...
INSERT INTO jobs
(SELECT * FROM tmpJobs WHERE NOT EXISTS
(SELECT * FROM jobs WHERE jobs.customer_number <=>
tmpJobs.customer_number and jobs.job_number <=> tmpJobs.job_number));
Why is the id not creating distinct #s?
On 4/12/07, John Kopanas <kopanas@stripped> wrote:
> I have the following query:
> INSERT INTO summaries (entity_name, job_type, job_status)
> (SELECT entity_name, "GOV", "Non-Workable" FROM tmpSummaryTable);
> The only other column I have is id and it is primary key autonumber int.
> Why would I get the following error?
> ERROR 1062 (23000) at line 3: Duplicate entry '5' for key 1
> Why is the query trying to enter a duplicate entry?
> This makes no sense to me :-).
> John Kopanas