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    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Component/s: docs.moodle.org
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      While trying to install Moodle 2.0 against PostgreSQL I received the below error.

      DDL sql execution error
      More information about this error

      "More information about this error" is a link to http://docs.moodle.org/en/error/moodle/ddlexecuteerror
      The page tells you nothing about the error or what you're meant to do about it.

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            Petr Skoda added a comment -

            The problem is we can not display the raw sql and error messages because it could leak sensitive information or could simplify attacks. If you enable debug mode it tells you a lot more.

            Maybe we could add some info that more info is dispalyed only in debug mode...

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            Petr Skoda added a comment - The problem is we can not display the raw sql and error messages because it could leak sensitive information or could simplify attacks. If you enable debug mode it tells you a lot more. Maybe we could add some info that more info is dispalyed only in debug mode...
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            Andrew Davis added a comment -

            More info in debug mode would be handy. Beyond that it feels like the page at http://docs.moodle.org/en/error/moodle/ddlexecuteerror should be giving more information. For a user getting there theyll want to know roughly what a "DDL execution error" is and what they should do now. At the moment the error message and associated help doco don't give the user any clue of what went wrong and what they should do.

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            Andrew Davis added a comment - More info in debug mode would be handy. Beyond that it feels like the page at http://docs.moodle.org/en/error/moodle/ddlexecuteerror should be giving more information. For a user getting there theyll want to know roughly what a "DDL execution error" is and what they should do now. At the moment the error message and associated help doco don't give the user any clue of what went wrong and what they should do.
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            Helen Foster added a comment -

            Andrew, thanks for your report. Unfortunately I don't know anything about DDL sql execution errors so I can't write any documentation. Reassigning to moodle.com and hoping someone can help out.

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            Helen Foster added a comment - Andrew, thanks for your report. Unfortunately I don't know anything about DDL sql execution errors so I can't write any documentation. Reassigning to moodle.com and hoping someone can help out.
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            Luis de Vasconcelos added a comment -

            I got the same error while testing a 1.9 to 2 Windows upgrade so I went looking for answers. I added some notes to that page based on what I found. It probably needs a review by an expert...

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            Luis de Vasconcelos added a comment - I got the same error while testing a 1.9 to 2 Windows upgrade so I went looking for answers. I added some notes to that page based on what I found. It probably needs a review by an expert...
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            Helen Foster added a comment -

            Luis, thanks a lot for adding your notes to http://docs.moodle.org/20/en/error/moodle/ddlexecuteerror

            I'm resolving the issue as fixed, though further improvements to the documentation are always welcome.

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            Helen Foster added a comment - Luis, thanks a lot for adding your notes to http://docs.moodle.org/20/en/error/moodle/ddlexecuteerror I'm resolving the issue as fixed, though further improvements to the documentation are always welcome.

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