Managing & Using MySQL

Errata for Managing & Using MySQL

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The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected".

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page 9
3rd, 5th, 6th paragraph

PostgreSQL was misspelled as PostgresSQL (extra 's'). This HAS BEEN CORRECTED. The same error HAS BEEN CORRECTED in the index (page 419).

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2004
Printed
Page 47
code block at the bottom of the page

WHERE AGE > 18 AND STATUS = 'RESIDENT'; NOW READS: WHERE AGE >= 18 AND STATUS = 'RESIDENT';

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2005
Printed
Page 60
Section Title: Outer Joins, 3rd sentence

This type of join is similar to an inner join, except that it includes data in the first column named that does not match any in the second column. NOW READS: This type of join is similar to an inner join, except that it includes data in the first table named that does not match any in the second table. On p. 155, in the example at the top of the page,the comment: #just books published in 2001 NOW READS: # just books where Tim Bunce is an author

Anonymous    Mar 01, 2004
Printed
Page 148
In example 9-1,

my $server = 'localhost' NOW READS: my $server = 'localhost';

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2005
Printed
Page 163
in a block of code containing several instances of "$titleword," there were two instances

of a raised dot. This raised dot HAS BEEN CHANGED to two characters: a backslash followed by a regular period (.)

Anonymous    Mar 01, 2004
Printed
Page 287

"on adding functionality to supposrt them:" NOW READS: "on adding functionality to support them:"

Anonymous    Aug 01, 2004