Re: Critical Error

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On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 11:59, Karl James <karljames@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hey guys,
>
> A customer of mind is having issues uploading photos through
>
> A admin portal page. They get "Critical Error"

    If it's a pre-existing CMS, check with the associated project or
company.  Taking a quick look through, though, it appears as though it
was a custom solution.  Either way, that wouldn't be a PHP issue,
directly.

> They also get spit out these errors.
>
> MYSQL: Duplicate entry for '0' for key 1.
>
> MYSQL: Insert Error - Duplicate entry '0' for key 1,.

    Sounds like a primary key isn't properly auto-incrementing.  This
is, however, a MySQL issue, and again, likely not at all related to
PHP.

> This person is using a web form to upload his photos to this website.
>
> www.axiton.com admin page.
>
> He is trying to add photos up to the Products>accessories.

    That means nothing to us, as it would be viewed when logged in as
an administrative user.

> I did a search on google and some articles are to delete the table?
>
> That doesn't make sense.

    No, it doesn't make sense at all.  Either bad - or, worse,
deliberately sinister - advice from someone.

> Pretty sure it had something to do with the primary key, right?

    That's indeed how it sounds.  You could follow up by emailing
mysql@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.

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