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"union" question

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Currently I'm testing my app using MySQL 4.1.0 version, and I have a
strange error during execution a union query.

(SELECT IF(_DAT.pri <=> null, null, ROUND(_DAT.pri/1.22)) AS pri_net,
IF(_DAT.pri <=> null, null, ROUND(_DAT.price*1)) AS pri_gross,
_DAT.cuid, _CUR.code FROM tab1 _DAT, tab2 _CUR WHERE _DAT.eid = '6925'
AND _DAT.did = '3' AND _CUR.cuid = _DAT.cuid )
(SELECT IF(pri <=> null, null, ROUND(pri/1.22)) AS prinet, IF(pri <=>
null, null, ROUND(pri*1)) AS pri_gross, null AS cuid, null AS code FROM
tab3 WHERE eid = '6925' AND did = '3' AND (enid = '1358' OR boid =
'1004' OR trid = '779' OR coid = '9773') ORDER BY coid DESC, veid DESC,
yeid DESC, trid DESC, boid DESC, enid DESC LIMIT 1 )

In version 4.0.14 all was working fine, but there is an error in 4.1.0:
"Column 'code' cannot be null"

Any ideas ??


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Jul 19 '05 #1
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