disable error message
Date: September 10, 2012 03:28PM
We have Ubuntu 10.04.1 with mysql 5.1.63.
We have an application in c that queries the database.
We catch all the errors and put them in a file.
But we want to disable the error message that you get on the console if the program creates an invalid sql command e.g. "selfect * from can_commands".
The only way to disable this is to start the program with a >/dev/null on the command line.
Is there a way to suppress the message "error: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual....."?
Thanks in advance.
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