Hi. My server has MySQL 3.23.58 installed, and I just migrated over from
RedHat 7.2 to ES 3.0.

Previously I was using the BINARY command to execute a case-sensitive search
for member user names like this:

    SELECT * FROM mem WHERE BINARY user_name = 'SomeOne';

I now get an error from MySQL stating that "BINARYuser_name" is not a valid
column. So, something seems to be broken. I looked through the MySQL online
docs and BINARY is still there, but, it won't work for me.

Anyone have the same problem or know why BINARY won't work anymore? There
seems to be no other way to do simple case-sensitive string comparisons
directly in MySQL.


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