stephanj Posted February 16, 2006 Report Share Posted February 16, 2006 Hi all, Great product. I can't seem to get InnoDB support with Uniform Server 3.3 (I am using XP). For example, When I create a script below: CREATE TABLE prime_minister( pm_name varchar(12) NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY, birth_yr smallint NOT NULL, yrs_served numeric(7,2) NULL, death_age smallint, state_born varchar(3) NULL, state_rep varchar(3) NOT NULL )TYPE=InnoDB; CREATE TABLE pm_recreation( pm_name varchar(12) NOT NULL , recreation varchar(15) NOT NULL , PRIMARY KEY(recreation,pm_name), INDEX(pm_name), CONSTRAINT pm_name_fk FOREIGN KEY (pm_name) REFERENCES prime_minister(pm_name) )TYPE=InnoDB; Uniform server DOES NOT allow InnoDB support. The table defaults automatically to MyISAM. You don't have the option to create InnoDB via PHP admin. Is there a problem with Uniform Server and InnoDB?? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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