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Author Topic: MySql ver 5.3 <>ver 5.6 and MyISAM tables/deprecated terminology  (Read 697 times)

questorfla

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I wondered if anyone has made the transition from that far back and if so whether it would be easier to rewrite a SQL template using current MySQL  than t would be to modify an existing template created for use with 5.3 especially in light of the MyISAM table structure being demoted in favor of InnoDB?
After making a few changes such as:  'TYPE' now = 'ENGINE' and such I am still not able to get a working script made for 5.3 converted to load the tables structures under ver 5.6 without errors of one kind or another.