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SQL String can not be NULL

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I succesfully installed JForum.

However when I try to delete the Test Forum on the 'Forums Listing' page (by selecting the checkbox and then clicking Delete Selected) I get following error:



I use MySQL 4.1.7 as database.

Any ideas ?

Regards,

Stefan
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Hi,

additional to that it seems that I cannot delete forums where are already posts in.

Is this normal behavior and if so, how can I delete a forum with messages in ?

Stefan

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Anonymous wrote:Hi,

additional to that it seems that I cannot delete forums where are already posts in.

Is this normal behavior and if so, how can I delete a forum with messages in ?

Stefan


hhhm.. it should work. I'll get mysql4.1.7 and test it.

Rafael
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