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Thursday March 04, 2004
03:09 PM

Got bugs to share? (Spot the bug)

[ #17756 ]
Hi :-)

I'm trying to get together a couple of bugs, such as this one:

UPDATE users SET state = 'DC' AND city = 'Washington'
WHERE state = 'DC' AND city = 'Washington'

(this one was originally here)

I'm interested in Perl, Java, C, Prolog, Haskell, whatever... :-) The idea would be to put some guys trying to spot those bugs (I haven't thought about it pretty well, but at least it will be entertaining for me :-) to collect the bugs, that is :-) )

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  • This was a long uncaught bug. By default, all program variables are Sql bind variables, and if you're referring to a column in a table, then you need to qualify it by prefixing it with the table name, or a '@'.
    delete from some_table where id_field = id_field
    The table was used to pass data between programs, and we were wondering why some programs sometimes didn't get their data :-)