[opencms-dev] Re: MySQL Error: Cannot Create Tables

Sascha Zimmer Sascha.Zimmer at bbdo-interone.de
Thu May 8 18:01:01 CEST 2003


Hi Björn,

I had the same problem with an older version of MySQL.

After upgrading to the newest version (3.23.56 I think) the problems were 
gone ...

greets
Sascha


> Hello everybody,
>
> I'm trying to install the new release 5.0 under Linux 8.1 unsing Tomcat 
> 4.1.18 and MySQL. I started the installation and entered in the page 
> (settings for the database) my password for the root user which is 
stored in 
> the database 'mysql' in table 'user'. Hope this is correct. When I 
continue 
> to the next step, it says that the tables couldn't be created and 
displays a 
> error message like this:
>
>
> java.SQL.SQLException: General Error: Column "RESOURCENAME"  is used 
with 
> UNIQUE or INDEX but is not defiened as NOT NULL
>
> java.SQL.SQLException: invalid argument value: Specified key was too 
long. 
> Max key length is 256
>
> java.SQL.SQLException: invalid argument value: Specified key was too 
long. 
> Max key length is 256
>
>
> But it creates the database successfully...
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks Björn

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