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Please try it. SELECT f.leaderId, f.followerId, c.ccId, c.ccTitle, c.ccCity, c.ccCountry, c.ccFlag, c.uId, c.ccStartingDate, c.ccCreatedAt, l.uId, l.ccId FROM conferencecreate c left join followingrelations f on c.uId = f.leaderId left join likesbyuser l on (c.ccStartingDate >= 'current_time_and_date_now' or l.uId = f.leaderId ) WHERE ...


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Problem FINALLY solved. A silly mistake on my side. The problem lies in these lines: UPDATE faza SET numer = 2, ostatniaZmiana = now(); This is erroneous. ostatniaZmiana is a variable of this stored procedure. The intend was to say: UPDATE faza SET numer = 2, czasUstawienia = now(); Because czasUstawienia is the name of the column of table faza which ...


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What client are you using? "Commands out of sync" usually occurs when the client fails to call "free_result()". See manual.


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You could try using sed and substitute | (the pipe character - not normally found in data dumps) for the " (double quote) character sed -i 's/"/|/g' My_File.csv sed -i does an inline replace - take a backup before messing with your original file. If you're on Windows - as you appear to be, you can get sed functionality from the answer here or use the ...


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VestaCP Team made and successfully tested error fixer for phpMyAdmin (no more annoying message "The phpMyAdmin configuration storage is not completely configured, some extended features have been deactivated"). We hope that fix will be useful and will help users. Page on Github: https://github.com/skurudo/phpmyadmin-fixer What the script does: works ...


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DATE(added_time) = CURDATE() is the root of some of the evil Do not "hide" a column (added_time) inside a function (DATE) if want an index to be used. If added_time is a DATE, then you can simply do added_time = CURDATE() If it is a DATETIME or TIMESTAMP, then do added_time >= CURDATE() AND added_time < CURDATE() + INTERVAL 1 DAY Then your ...



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