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JForum and MySQL 5.0

 
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There are some problems with running JForum 2.1.6 on MySQL 5.0. Will there
be a patch or a new version in the future?
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Which problems are you having?

Rafael
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This occurs (sometimes!) when I try to rate a message. In some MySQL Forum I read about those types of problems with MySQL 5.0.

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Fastelovendsjeck wrote:
This occurs (sometimes!) when I try to rate a message. In some MySQL Forum I read about those types of problems with MySQL 5.0.


i met the same problem when i typed chinese,it always displays error like this!
how can i do?help me...thanks
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I found it extremely hard to get Unicode data working with Java and MySQL 4.1+. It works very well until version 4.0.x.

We're still trying to figure out a way to fix it.

Rafael
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