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INSERT .... SELECT

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I tried that, but i dont work either.

I need to insert a way that mysql doese'nt complain when i copy some
records that have the same id (or that it just gives it an id according
to the AUTO_INCREMENT)

Thanks again

//Lars Rasmussen

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Fra: Jay Blanchard [mailto:ja***********@niicommunications.com]
Sendt: 13. august 2003 19:59
Til: Lars Rasmussen; my***@lists.mysql.com
Emne: RE: INSERT .... SELECT
[snip]
I used this command:
INSERT INTO nye_opskrifter SELECT * FROM opskrifter where id
in($numbers)

But now it gives this error:
Column count doesn't match value count at row 1
[/snip]

* does not return a specific number of columns, the work around is to
specify the columns explicitly

INSERT INTO nye_opskrifter SELECT foo, bar FROM opskrifter where id
in($numbers)

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Jul 19 '05 #1
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