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Incorrect integer value: '' for column 'id' at row 1 -File upload in PHP giving error
[RESOLVED] MySQL error : "Incorrect integer value" for column id at row 1
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How to disable MySQL Strict Mode
Critical: MySQL enables "strict mode" by default as of version 5.7. Strict mode controls how MySQL handles invalid or missing values in data-change statements such as INSERT or UPDATE. Applications not built with strict mode enabled may cause undesired behavior; please verify applications using MySQL are compatible before upgrading. More information about strict mode is available here.
Is it possible to change Strict Mode for a single user or database?



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This is just an example to show you how will you get the MySQL error further. Let me explain in code concept: If the string value is assigned to PHP script, that too the empty string is assigned meanly then you will get the error code Incorrect integer value.

Behind this scenario, the script which is running tries to update or insert the row with the entry integer may be with values assigning it as default ( 0 or Null, AUTO_INCREMENT) value.

Due to STRICT mode, MySQL doesnt disturb this action and so the reason would be SQL_MODE.

To ensure compatibility with your applications,
you may need to change the SQL configuration.


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WHM Edit SQL Configuration

In cPanel v102, we added the "SQL Configuration" interface, allowing you to adjust many common MySQL values. To access this interface, log into WHM, then navigate to "SQL Configuration" using the search bar.





MySQL Strict Mode controls how invalid or missing values in data changing queries are handled. This includes INSERT, UPDATE and CREATE TABLE statements. With MySQL Strict Mode enabled, which is the default state, invalid or missing data may cause warnings or errors when attempting to process the query.
When Strict Mode is disabled, the same query would have its invalid or missing values adjusted and would produce a simple warning. This may seem like the preferred result; however, with Strict Mode disabled, specific actions may cause unexpected results. For instance, when the value being inserted exceeds the maximum character limit, it is truncated to fit the limit.


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Is it possible to change Strict Mode for a single user or database

It is technically possible to change the sql_mode on a per session basis, meaning that the sql_mode would only be customized for the duration that the client has logged into the database. Modifying the sql_mode on a per session basis is not advisable or practical except for advanced applications where the systems administrator or developer implementing this type of usage is well versed in database administration.

Changing the sql_mode should generally be done on a server-wide basis to avoid complications and difficult to resolve problems. The method to modify the sql_mode server-wide is outlined in the below procedure.


disable MySQL strict mode
it a good idea to disable MySQL strict mode on the server?

Yes! Because many customers are facing with errors like Field '' doesn't have a default value while managing some applications. The root cause of this error is that some software applications like WHMCS do not require MySQL strict mode to be enabled on the server.