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Yet another mismatch (yet another solution)
Posted by: Gavin Stokes
Date: October 09, 2012 10:24PM

I discovered that the table that was giving me the problem had a hard-coded "utf8" character-set specification, while the referenced table had no character-set specification at all.

That was the entire problem in my case.



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