Cituji z emailu od Chris Frey <cdfrey@stripped>:
> On Fri, Nov 12, 2004 at 01:48:23AM -0500, cgifalco@stripped wrote:
> > I'm sorry, I didn't mention it in my snippet of the code. But I have
> > done it. After every query.execute(); is query.reset(); in my program and
> > didn't help. The situlation was the same.
> It looked pretty mysql server specific to me.... you were rummaging in the
> level directories as I recall. :-)
> Does the same behaviour happen when you just use the mysql command line
> tool to replicate your mysql++ program? If so, the mysql folks would
> likely be much more suited to find the answer.
> - Chris
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Now I firstly dropped the tables and then the database and all was OK. My mysql
version is 3.23.58-9. Perhaps there is a bug on it. What's your version?