>>>>> "Eric" == Eric D Patterson <slacker@stripped> writes:
Eric> Here's an interesting one:
Eric> I have a table defined with a composite key declared thusly:
Eric> alter table big_table add primary key (a,b,c)
Eric> I then use:
Eric> replace into big_table values(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)
Eric> This should insert the row if there that key has not been used, if it
Eric> has, it should update the datain that row.
Eric> The end result is that this allows me to violate the key constraints
Eric> without erroring on me, it goes ahead and inserts a new row with the
Eric> same key values as an existing one.
Eric> --If it helps any, i recently upgraded from 3.22.12 (wherein his command
Eric> worked properly), to 3.22.19.
Eric> Please email slacker@stripped if you have any ideas what might be
Eric> causing this, it is quite important that it be resolved!!
Please post an example of the above; I don't think you can violate
the primary key check as this is done on the MySQL ISAM level and
this code should be quite stable.