[Instantrails-users] MySQL-Front question

Curt Hibbs curt.hibbs at gmail.com
Sun May 21 01:58:54 EDT 2006

You are running a newer version of MySQL-Front than the one used to create
those screenshots. the stuff you are seeing are some of the behaviors that
they have changed.


On 5/21/06, Anna Penney <annapenn at comcast.net> wrote:
>  I've been going through the tutorial here:
> http://instantrails.rubyforge.org/tutorial/index.html
> About a third of the way down, right under figure 23 there's a section on
> 'Adding Recipe Fields'.  I just completed creating a recipes table and the
> Primary Index and auto_incrementing id have been made.
> The thing that's baffling me, is that my results are not exactly like
> what's shown in figure 24.  More specifically, the null field should be set
> to no, while mine shows up set to yes.  I right-mouse click to check on the
> properties of id, and the default section is disabled and only the Auto
> Increment field is checked.  So, why does is the null property showing up as
> allowed?
> I tried click off auto_increment and look at it again, the null turns to
> no, but when I turn the auto_increment back, it turns null back to yes.
> Very strange!
> Any ideas?
> Thanks!
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