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Subject [GitHub] [fineract] francisguchie commented on pull request #1166: FINERACT-1054 fixed sql grammar at loan repayment
Date Mon, 13 Jul 2020 23:27:05 GMT

francisguchie commented on pull request #1166:

   > This change looks OK to me, if you say that it fixes the error you described in the
JIRA.. I'm just curious why none of our ITs (tests) hit this- is this not covered by any tests?
Or does the problem which this fixes only appear on some (old?) MySQL version?
   This appears on mysSQL 5.7 and above in which full_group_by comes as a default for 5.7
and above
   This is a "systematic" error in the code  the SQL used before works well for MySQL <
   there is need to make compatibility tests especially where there is change in version especially
the database engine. 
   Backward compatibility could also become an issue. a number of times, newer SQL versions
come with newer keywords which when used the  older versions would not recognize

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