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Problem: I’m getting an error “java.net.ProtocolException: Server redirected too many times (20))” The site i’m testing has many legitimate redirects can someone help with how to configure Katalon to accept more redirects?
asked 12 hours ago Ali 4.3k points
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Problem : MySQL Error : got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes
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Problem : mysqladmin: connect to server at 'localhost' failed
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Problem: object of class datetime could not be converted to string.
asked 1 day ago Ethan ross 1.8k points
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Problem: the database returned no natively generated identity value.
asked 2 days ago Dan phillip 1.8k points
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Problem: issues when creating a minecraft server - The specified size exceeds the maximum representable size. The specified size exceeds the maximum representable size. Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine. Error: A fatal exception has occurred.
asked 2 days ago Ali 4.3k points
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Problem: cannot use object of type stdclass as array in codeigniter.
asked 3 days ago charles mathews 3.8k points
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Problem: I'm trying to add a database-enabled JSP to an existing Tomcat 5.5 application (GeoServer 2.0.0, if that helps). The app itself talks to Postgres just fine, so I know that the database is up, user can access it, all that good stuff. ... /jstl/core" prefix="c" %> <sql:query var="rs" dataSource="jdbc/mmas"> select current_validstart as ValidTime from runoff_forecast_valid_time </sql:query>
asked 4 days ago Ali 4.3k points
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Problem: unable to convert mysql date/time value to system.datetime
asked 5 days ago Dan phillip 1.8k points
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Problem: The error "java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver found for jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/test" occurs when you try to connect MySQL database running on your localhost, listening on port 3306 port from Java program but either you don't have MySQL JDBC driver in your classpath or driver is not registered before calling the getConnection() method
asked 5 days ago Ali 4.3k points
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Problem: mysql is not recognized as an internal or external command.
asked 5 days ago charles mathews 3.8k points
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Problem: org.json.jsonexception: value <br of type java.lang.string cannot be converted to jsonobject
asked 5 days ago Lucky Guy 1.4k points
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asked 6 days ago Akhil k 1.1k points
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Problem: Java program to demonstrate this error. This program reproduce this error by first leaving out the required JDBC JAR from classpath and also not explicitly registering the driver before use by not calling Class.forName() method.
asked 6 days ago Ali 4.3k points
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Problem: what is 5 star rating system in php mysql
asked 6 days ago kaash_kashi 1.2k points
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Problem: string data, right truncated: 1406 data too long for column.
asked 6 days ago Ethan ross 1.8k points
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Problem: failed to connect to mysql at 127.0.0.1:3306 with user root.
asked Feb 16 charles mathews 3.8k points
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Problem: cannot create a json value from a string with character set 'binary'.
asked Feb 15 Ethan ross 1.8k points
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Problem: invalid parameter number: parameter was not defined
asked Feb 14 Shovo210 2.1k points