Updating mysql database

12 Nov

Say I have a database named If the script you have to create is just to be executed as-is by people having access to the server and if the data to be put into the DB are delivered to you (so nothing dynamic), you would have to make a bash script like this : " exit 1 fi if [ !Warning: Direct upgrade of My SQL 5.1 to My SQL 5.6/5.7 will damage tables.If checking this option doesn't help, what else could I do?By the way I tried the same update using My SQL Work Bench and it works fine. When I update a particular row using My SQL Work Bench then I'm able to update it using SQL Server Management Studio. BTW, I had to set safe mode in My SQL Work Bench in order to be able to update rows.

Control/Right click the mysql-5.6…pkg to avoid the security Gate Keeper. My SQL data and files will be stored at: So if you have made any customisations to the behaviour of My SQL then these will now need to be added in the new file and make a copy to /etc so any global changes will be read in when My SQL is launched.The OLE DB provider "MSDASQL" for linked server "b2b" could not UPDATE table "[b2b]...[product]".The rowset was using optimistic concurrency and the value of a column has been changed after the containing row was last fetched or resynchronized.Otherwise, if the Server Request method is GET and the $_GET array contains an element with the key "wish ID", the values are retrieved from the database by the function get_wish_by_wish_id.Finally, if the Server Request method is neither POST nor GET, which means the Add New Wish use case takes place, the elements are empty.