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From:Benjamin Pflugmann Date:April 29 1999 3:26am
Subject:Re: Primary Key Renumbering... Bug?
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Would you please create an complete, but small example with SQL
statements, which we can simply copy to an mysql client to try to
reproduce the problem (I as cannot reproduce the problem myself,
autoincrement works fine for me), and add the output, when you are
running this example. Thanks.



On Wed, Apr 28, 1999 at 06:59:04AM -0400, crawford@stripped wrote:
> I apologize for my mistype last night, it was late. What I meant was:
> delete from table where (ID < 40);
>                             ^  
> Where I deleted all records with an ID of less than 40. I tested it
> again this morning and yes, it definitely moves the record in the #40
> 'slot' down to #1 along with 'sliding' down the remaining records.
> Thanks again.
> -Dave
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Primary Key Renumbering... bug?Dave Crawford28 Apr
  • Re: Primary Key Renumbering... bug?Paul DuBois28 Apr
  • Re: Primary Key Renumbering... bug?Sasha Pachev28 Apr
Re: Primary Key Renumbering... Bug?Dave Crawford28 Apr
  • Re: Primary Key Renumbering... Bug?Paul DuBois28 Apr
  • Re: Primary Key Renumbering... Bug?Dave Crawford29 Apr
  • Re: Primary Key Renumbering... Bug?Benjamin Pflugmann29 Apr