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Community Podcasts MySQL.com Downloads Documentation Section Menu: MySQL Forums :: MySQL Administrator :: Err 1142 ANY command denied to user New Topic Advanced Search Err 1142 ANY http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?34,276056,276056 command denied to user Posted by: WebPat ME () Date: August 13, 2009 07:57AM I get the following error when trying to execute a script containing a single CREATE VIEW http://frodo.looijaard.name/blog/18 statement. #1142 ANY command denied to user 'me'@'localhost' for table mytable. I get the error when trying to install a View at my ISP. The View works on my own command denied local computer. I am able to create a very simple View (at the ISP) on the same table. The View contains multiple Joins, although with testing I am able to get the error with a single join. The "ANY command" referred to in the message, although not well indexed in the documentation, seems to involve Subqueries. It is documented as equivalent command denied to to "=". The View DDL has no subqueries or "ANY" commands, but it does have "=" defining the joins. I seem to have permission to access the table and to create views. Is there some other permission that is Denying the "ANY command" to me? I believe the ISP is running v5.0.67. Navigate:Previous Message•Next Message Options:Reply•Quote Subject Written By Posted Err 1142 ANY command denied to user WebPat ME 08/13/2009 07:57AM Re: Err 1142 ANY command denied to user Paul Svirin 08/17/2009 02:48PM Re: Err 1142 ANY command denied to user WebPat ME 08/17/2009 06:17PM Sorry, you can't reply to this topic. It has been closed. powered by phorum Content reproduced on this site is the property of the respective copyright holders. It is not reviewed in advance by Oracle and does not necessarily represent the opinion of Oracle or any other party. Contact Sales USA: +1-866-221-0634 Canada: +1-866-221-0634 Germany: +49 89 143 01280 France: +33 1 57 60 83 57 Italy: +39 02 249 59 120 UK: +44 207 553 8447 Japan: 0120-065556 China: 10800-811-0823 India: 0008001005870 M
BlogAsus EEE 1015PE Debian Drupal Lenovo Thinkpad E145 This website Virtualization All subjects Recent entries Secondary menuLog in You are hereHome » MySQL limitations MySQL limitations Mon, 03/02/2015 - 12:28 I am writing some queries and stored procedure on MySQL these days. Coming from an Oracle background that can be somewhat frustrating at times. Some query constructs are not available, but also the procedural language is quite limited compared to PL/SQL.I must say, most limitations are well documented. That means that at least you have some closure when things do not work out. Examples I encountered are:Correlated subqueries in FROM-clauses are not supported at all;LIMIT in subqueries is mostly not supported;Also not supported is ALL or ANY with a subquery returning more than one column.At other times the optimizer is being difficult. I tried a JOIN where the ON-clause compared a tuple of two fields with the result of a query. That worked fine, except that MySQL refused to use the (primary) index on those two fields. After redefining the primary index to single field and using that, it was a lot faster.Views are another thing. You can not use a subquery within the FROM-clause of a view. The work-around here is to use a separate view to define the subquery and to refer to it from the main view. That should work fine, as correlated subqueries in FROM-clauses are not supported anyway.My latest find has me puzzled. It has to do with defining views from prepared statements. Observe this code:PREPARE stmt_a FROM 'CREATE VIEW test1 AS SELECT 10';EXECUTE stmt_a;CREATE VIEW test2 AS SELECT * from test1;PREPARE stmt_b FROM 'CREATE VIEW test3 AS SELECT * FROM test1';EXECUTE stmt_b;The last EXECUTE fails with an error ERROR 1142 (42000): ANY command denied to user 'database'@'localhost' for table '(null)'. Why would it do that, as defining the view outside a prepared statement works fine and all objects are in the same schema owned by the same user? This seems to be bug