Field currentquestid doesn’t have a default value

If you get getting the following message “Field ‘currentquestid’ doesn’t have a default value” here is a very simple fix.

Right click your users table in and choose design table

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Scroll down till you find the field “currentquestid”

Put a zero in the default box

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Then click the save icon at the top

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All fixed :)

How to disable Strict Mysql

You can disable strict mysql on your server in two different ways.

First method, Run the query below (this is reset after system restart)

SET @@global.sql_mode= ”;

Second Method

Locate your my.ini file, this is normally in :

C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.5 (or the mysql version you are using)

Open the my.ini file

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Place an # infont of this text so you have #sql-mode=”STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION”

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Save this file*

*If you get the error “File in use” you will need to do the following,

Go back to your “C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.5″ right click the my.ini file, then click properties click the security tab and then choose edit.

Then click the “add” button
Type the username you are logged in with (Normally Administrator or root)

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Then click Ok

Then tick the box giving that user full control

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Click ok
Then go back to your my.ini in your text editor and save.

Then you need to restart your mysql service for changes to be updated.

Click start, Administrative Tools and choose Services.

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Right click the Mysql service
and choose Restart

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You have now disabled strict mysql!strict