Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rails -d mysql foo
2. cd foo
3. vim config/database.yml ( change for your mysql server settings ) using mysql
that came with FC9 Beta - 5.0.51a.1.fc9
4. ruby script/generate scaffold Foo id:integer name:string - to generate the
scaffold for the rails app
5. rake db:create ( to create the mysql database )
6. rake db:migrate ( to create the table we just generated the scaffold for )
[tlane@xavier foo]$ rake db:migrate
== 1 CreateFoos: migrating ====================================================
Mysql::Error: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that
corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '(11),
`name` varchar(255) DEFAULT NULL, `created_at` datetime DEFAULT NULL, `upd' at
line 1: CREATE TABLE `foos` (`id` int(11) DEFAULT NULL auto_increment PRIMARY
KEY(11), `name` varchar(255) DEFAULT NULL, `created_at` datetime DEFAULT NULL,
`updated_at` datetime DEFAULT NULL) ENGINE=InnoDB
rails should have created the table.
Problem appears to be related to the way it is defining the PRIMARY KEY for the
table definition. PRIMARY KEY does not need a (11) after it and that is what is
generating a sql error.
Have you raised this issue upstream ?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Have you raised this issue upstream ?
No I have not. I can attempt to do that if need be. I do know that this
behaviour wasn't happening on Fedora 8, which i believe had the same rails version
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