Contact Admin Extension - SQL ERROR [ mysqli ] - Column 'user_ip' cannot be null

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Contact Admin Extension - SQL ERROR [ mysqli ] - Column 'user_ip' cannot be null

Postby wads24 » 30 Mar 2017, 16:22

I got this extension from: https://www.phpbb.com/customise/db/mod/ ... istration/

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SQL ERROR [ mysqli ]

Column 'user_ip' cannot be null [1048]

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RMcGirr83 said that is was a left over column from an older version, and told me to go under the phpbb_posts table, and drop the user_ip column. I couldn't find that column under the posts table though. I did find a "user_ip" under phpbb_users table. Should I drop that column "user_ip" in the phpbb_users table? Any other suggestions?

Has anyone else had this issue? Thanks for any help in advance?

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Re: Contact Admin Extension - SQL ERROR [ mysqli ] - Column 'user_ip' cannot be null

Postby Sniper_E » 25 May 2017, 04:15

Do not drop the "user_ip" under phpbb_users table.
Rich can help you with dropping the correct user_ip column for that extention.
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Re: Contact Admin Extension - SQL ERROR [ mysqli ] - Column 'user_ip' cannot be null

Postby Sniper_E » 25 May 2017, 22:40

wads24 wrote:I got this extension from: https://www.phpbb.com/customise/db/mod/ ... istration/
Just looked back at this... Man that is a phpbb 3.0 extension.
3.1 and 3.2 have come out since then. lol don't be messing with that old stuff :D
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