Super User is a question and answer site for computer enthusiasts and power users. It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. I'm very confused. I'm using Comodo Internet Security as a firewall and it is blocking requests from my mobile phone browser to my local webserver. If I disable Comodo firewall it works, and it's pretty obvious Comodo is actually blocking something because of the logs Comodo firewall port forwarding lost here and appreciate any guidance!
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Last edited: Nov 20, Mopafid , Nov 20, Joined: Nov 17, Messages: 12 Gender: Male. I think I ran into this problem as well. Try individual inserts and not using a table. Armakoir , Nov 20, Do you have a duplicate entry somewhere? Also, use SQLLite to narrow down the specific entry. Once the SQL reaches an error it seems to block all the following entries.
Edit: and if Horseman is your problem then the entries after Horseman should also NOT be in the database. Mopafid likes this. There's probably many advanced uses for it but I use it mostly for referencing Databases such as TypeTags after I've started a game. It allows me to see if my entries made it in and allows me to track down changes I want to make. Regardless, it's a useful tool. You should be able to identify all instances of Source objects with the identical value.
In order for both of these objects to Sync, one of their values must be changed and this must be done on your Source. The only other option, is to alter the Join query string you are using for your connection.
If you are using an attribute in your Join query that may be duplicated on the Source, you will see this error when you encounter duplicate data. Technical support will be happy to help you evaluate your Join query string to determine if changes would help alleviate this error. Note: Very occasionally, this error is a result of database corruption. You may try a Sync Recovery Procedure to see if it corrects the issue but please be aware that you run the risk of losing unprocessed Deletes since the last Sync when performing the Recovery Procedure.
As the Sync processes, the first Joe. Smith is created on the Destination. Then, another, but different, Joe. Smith object is added to the Source. So, the Sync attempts to Modify the existing object.
Unique failed em failed client constraint constraint