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An SQL error has occured.


After putting hours of work into my website my friends tried to take a look at it and it said:

"An SQL error has occured. Please see error.log for details."

I logged out and refreshed. I got the same error.

So I checked the error.log and I get this:

"Mon Nov 1 18:24:42 2004 - 1064: You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ')' at line 1. SQL in question: SELECT DISTINCT ft_name FROM gl_access,gl_features WHERE ft_id = acc_ft_id AND acc_grp_id IN () "

over and over..

What does that mean??



Ok, did a little more research and someone said:

"This is an error during security privilege look-up in lib-security.php."

So.. if I opened/restored lib-security.php do you think it would fix it or make it worse? Or is that even the problem?

The only thing that I can think of that would have caused this error would be that I created a new super-user and deleted the default super-user. The new one should have all the same characteristics as the old one. Would that cause this issue?


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did u fix this...? I got the same one today and am stuck...? help me... Banging your head

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