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From:Fred Read Date:May 7 1999 7:48am
Subject:Re: TIMESTAMP bug?
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Daevid Vincent wrote:
> I didn't see a reply to this one yet, and was wondering if 
> it was indeed a bug or something known already or just something 
> I possibly did wrong?

Check the manual, only the *first* TIMESTAMP column is updated
automatically. If, as you were saying, other DATE columns were 
updating automatically that would appear to be a bug.

I have a LOT of tables with both TIMESTAMP and DATE columns and 
have never witnessed this behaviour.

Can you reproduce it? 
If so I am sure Monty will want to investigate!

If it ain't opinionated, it ain't Rich Teer.
TIMESTAMP bug in 3.22.20a/linux? and DATETIME question.Daevid Vincent4 May
  • Re: TIMESTAMP bug in 3.22.20a/linux? and DATETIME question.Johan Engström4 May
  • Re: TIMESTAMP bug?Daevid Vincent7 May
  • Re: TIMESTAMP bug?Fred Read7 May