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Thanks for your sharing your observations but i am sure i had mentioned that it is not the case with me. Don't tell me mouse, spacebar, 2 enter keys all could go bad only for LSQL. I think there are amny instances of such errors being reported and i am sure that GT would come up with something which would not let this error continue on for long.


Hello Anup, I wasn't saying anything was wrong with hardware - I sure couldn't manage to replace my mouse each time it begins getting touchy. What I did say is that I've only encountered that error message when I've accidentally double-clicked the submit ... and I verified the problem was at my end by using the Browse features and checking to see If the new cat/subcat was added (yes, it is) and using Edit in Browse to check that the fields are correct (yes, they are). Even without saving again (selecting another cat/subcat in Browse), the cat/subcat is there working and configured properly.



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If yr observations would be true in my case then by just saving the record once more thru phpmyadmin, the same record becomes editable thru the same mouse, spacebar, 2 enter keys. It's only when a new cat/subcat is added thru admin, that the error again reappears. Hope that clarifies my observations. LSQL would not be something like M$ software which would become so "Hardware Specific" that every record update would want a new keyboard and a mouse.

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How did the new record become available to phpadmin for saving "again"? I believe you're describing the very same phenomenon I've described - an inadvertant double-click on the submit. The first writes in the record, the second produces a timestamp error because the form and (now existing) record time no longer match.

I didn't realize posting my observations would cause so much anxiety. Apologies.
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