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Re: ERROR 1005 (errno: 150)
Posted by: Glenn Strickland
Date: August 29, 2011 04:46PM

I had this symptom when I changed a column that contained a foreign key to explicitly say NOT NULL. I forgot that the foreign key constraint erroneously had "ON DELETE SET NULL". I changed the constraint to "ON DELETE CASCADE" and the problem went away.

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