On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 10:58:27PM +0100, Ramiro Radjiman wrote:
> the following code repeats saying ERORR : cannot execute query.
> if i delete the text IF NOT EXISTS al goes good.
> I don't understand why.
Check the version of mysql you are using. From the manual:
In MySQL Version 3.23 or later, you can use the keywords IF NOT EXISTS
so that an error does not occur if the table already exists.
The way these things go, there are probably 6 or 8 kludgey ways to do
it, and a better way that involves rethinking something that hasn't
been rethunk yet.
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