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From:Ed Carp Date:March 12 1999 1:15am
Subject:Re: AUTO_INCREMENT Limits to 256 records
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>Here is a clip from my dumpfile:



>INSERT INTO Tickets  VALUES   (TicketNumber, 'LoginID','Contact','Contact
PH','11-03-1998','08:00','12-

>>> ERROR 1062 at line 291: Duplicate entry '256' for key 1


Uh, how is "TicketNumber" defined in the code, not the database?  If it was
defined as an unsigned short, I could see this error happening.

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