SOLVED Disable Strict Mode Mysql
@makemrproper Thanks for getting back with the solution!
The devs of Vanilla provided me with this solution
*If you create a file
/conf/bootstrap.after.phpand put that into this file, it will be executed on each request:
<?php Gdn::database()->query("SET sql_mode = '';");*
@girish I am trying to do the same, edit the sql_mode, for the LAMP stack with multidatabase enabled. How can I set it in this case?
@saikarthik You have to set it in your LAMP stack code at the point where you connect to the database(s). Is that what you are asking?
@girish Yes. I'm trying to get more details on how to do exactly that. This is not a PHP app I coded. So where do I begin to look for where it makes the database connection? Could there be more than 1 place where I need to add SET sql_mode = '';??
The PHP directories look like the attached.
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It seems the way to access the db itself is like this https://github.com/X2Engine/X2CRM/blob/8718c36c5710e19b4155bb00315ffec08209438d/x2engine/protected/models/Fields.php#L795
@saikarthik I am not a PHP dev as such but see https://yii2-framework.readthedocs.io/en/stable/guide/db-dao/ . Specifically, "Tip: If you need to execute a SQL query right after establishing a connection (e.g., to set the timezone or character set), you can do so in the [[yii\db\Connection::EVENT_AFTER_OPEN]] event handler. " .
There's a code sample in the above link.
Maybe https://github.com/X2Engine/X2CRM/blob/master/x2engine/protected/config/main.php#L250 is the place to put the
@girish Thanks so much for your guidance!
Here's the exact fix:
Needed to add the following to the 'db' here (https://github.com/X2Engine/X2CRM/blob/master/x2engine/protected/config/main.php#L250) :
'initSQLs'=>array("SET @@sql_mode = REPLACE(@@sql_mode, 'ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY,', '')",),
This is where I found 'initSQLs':
Dear All, I've to apply this small guide:
Can you help me? Where I can add code below or something similar?
$pDO->query("SET sql_mode = ''");
Thank's a lot!
@p44 The MySQL database in Cloudron is shared by all the apps. In MySQL 5.7.5+, they changed the behavior to have ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY to be the default to be more compliant. Disabling this at the server level will cause issues for other apps.
The correct way to fix this is to have the app disable this mode at a session level. Like https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/group-by-handling.html . Essentially, the app has to call "SET GLOBAL sql_mode=(SELECT REPLACE(@@sql_mode,'ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY',''));" after creating a connection.
So, I guess the answer is:
- Either sendy has to provide a mechanism to do the above.
- Alternately, you cannot run sendy in Cloudron. You have to create a dedicated server for this and setup MySQL accordingly.