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A fatal, non-recoverable error has occurred - Data too long for column 'Body' at row 1

edited June 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Every time I try to open a neu discussion it shows the following error:


A fatal, non-recoverable error has occurred
Technical information (for support personel):
Error Message
An error occurred while creating a new discussion comment.
Affected Elements
CommentManager.SaveComment();
The error occurred on or near: Data too long for column 'Body' at row 1


The discussion is created but with no comment.

Is there any solution for this?

Comments

  • lechlech Chicagoland
    Is this a default installation of Vanilla? Are there any add-ons / theme templates / other bizarre edits made after the installation?
  • Fresh install and the add-ons were installed after.
    I'm using the followind addons:
    FCKeditor-2007-05-052
    NewApplicants-2007-03-13
    Poll-1.3-2006-09-06
    Statistics-2007-03-202
    WhosOnline-2007-03-14
    Notify-2007-05-29

    Could something on the translation file be causing this?
    Im almost finished with the traslation to Portuguese_ Portugal I dont' think I've missed any " ' "
  • lechlech Chicagoland
    Hmm, if you haven't applied the language files yet then I'd suspect it's possibly an extension causing the issue. If it only happens when you view a discussion (and I'm betting it also occurs when starting a new one) that it may be the FCKeditor add-on throwing an error. If you disable that or all extensions for the time being then one by one re-enable them while refreshing the discussion to see if the error goes away you'll narrow down your culprit.

    If the error persists and you have enabled your language localization, it could be due to an unescaped single or double quote or otherwise invalid character.
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