Am 01.12.2010 15:37, schrieb Rob Wultsch:
> "For beginners, a useful startup option is --safe-updates (or
> --i-am-a-dummy, which has the same effect). This option was introduced
> in MySQL 3.23.11. It is helpful for cases when you might have issued a
> DELETE FROM tbl_name statement but forgotten the WHERE clause.
> Normally, such a statement deletes all rows from the table. With
> --safe-updates, you can delete rows only by specifying the key values
> that identify them. This helps prevent accidents.
Is it really up to the database to decide what queries are ok? It's the
task of the developers to test their applikations.
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