Use integer values for type when inserting into ordomaincerts #3

Merged
jandd merged 2 commits from bugfix/1548-proper-type-for-orgdomain-insert into main 7 months ago
jandd commented 7 months ago
Owner

MySQL tolerated INSERTs of an empty string in the type column of the
ordomaincerts table. This commit uses an integer value of 0 as default
instead to ensure that MariaDB with strict settings accepts the INSERT
too.

See https://bugs.cacert.org/view.php?id=1548

MySQL tolerated INSERTs of an empty string in the type column of the ordomaincerts table. This commit uses an integer value of 0 as default instead to ensure that MariaDB with strict settings accepts the INSERT too. See https://bugs.cacert.org/view.php?id=1548
jandd added 1 commit 7 months ago
bdb30f8898 Use integer values for type when inserting into ordomaincerts
MySQL tolerated INSERTs of an empty string in the type column of the
ordomaincerts table. This commit uses an integer value of 0 as default
instead to ensure that MariaDB with strict settings accepts the INSERT
too.
knilsson approved these changes 7 months ago
knilsson left a comment

Looks good.

Looks good.
jandd added 1 commit 7 months ago
dirk approved these changes 7 months ago
dirk left a comment
Owner

as this is only a type change: approved

as this is only a type change: approved
jandd merged commit 8521ac0719 into main 7 months ago
jandd deleted branch bugfix/1548-proper-type-for-orgdomain-insert 7 months ago

Reviewers

knilsson approved these changes 7 months ago
dirk approved these changes 7 months ago
The pull request has been merged as 8521ac0719.
Sign in to join this conversation.
No reviewers
No Milestone
No project
No Assignees
3 Participants
Notifications
Due Date
The due date is invalid or out of range. Please use the format 'yyyy-mm-dd'.

No due date set.

Dependencies

No dependencies set.

Reference: cacert/cacert-webdb#3
Loading…
There is no content yet.