At 11:48 AM +0300 2000-03-14, Peter Zaitsev wrote:
>I have a table in the database created as the following:
>DROP TABLE IF EXISTS news;
>CREATE TABLE news
> ID int(10) unsigned NOT NULL auto_increment,
> LANG_ID smallint(5) unsigned DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL,
> REG_ID smallint(5) unsigned DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL,
> type varchar(7),
> STATUS tinyint(3) unsigned DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL,
> GROUP_ID smallint(5) unsigned DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL,
> TS datetime DEFAULT '0000-00-00 00:00:00' NOT NULL,
> HEAD varchar(155) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
> BODY text DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
> SOURCE varchar(255) DEFAULT '' NOT NULL,
> OBJECT_ID int(10) unsigned DEFAULT '0' NOT NULL,
> PRIMARY KEY (ID,LANG_ID),
> KEY TS (TS),
> KEY OBJECT_ID (OBJECT_ID)
>)/*! type=MyISAM pack_keys=1 */;
>This is the output from mysqldump. the problem is it seems like "SOURCE" is
>a reserver word in mysql client so I can't feed output back to mysql to have
>the tables restored.
It was made a reserved word a couple of releases back so that you
in mysql and have the contents of filename read and executed.
Unfortunately, it breaks existing working code such as you
describe above. You can work around it by giving the
--no-named-commands option on the mysql command.
Personally, I find source being a reserved word and having to
remember --no-named-commands more trouble than it's worth.
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped