Using ADO.NET with the MySql Connector (MySql.Data) driver, I open a new, non-pooled query (no initial catalog/database is specified in connection string) and issue the following query:
ALTER TABLE `public`.`table2` ADD CONSTRAINT `fk_table2_table1` FOREIGN KEY (`table1_id`) REFERENCES `table1` (`id`);
The structure of the two tables is as follows:
CREATE TABLE `public`.`table1` ( id int primary key ); CREATE TABLE `public`.`table2` ( id int primary key, table1_id int );
The ALTER TABLE query causes the following exception:
MySql.Data.MySqlClient.MySqlException (0x80004005): No database selected
However, with the same setup, if I run the ALTER TABLE query using the mysql command line tool (and several other MySQL clients) I get no such error.
Does anyone have suggestions to things I can look into. I'm currently thinking this is an issue with the MySql Connector (MySql.Data) driver, however, I could easily be wrong here.
We are not able to reproduce this with a minimally viable repro. It is likely, the issue lies somewhere in our own code and not in the driver.
Another update: We were actually able to successfully reproduce this using just the mysql command line tool. It requires Mysql 5.6.34 (won't repro in many other versions I tested including 5.6.41). Also, we reproduced in AWS RDS but not sure if that is required. In order to reproduce perform the following steps:
1) Fresh database install 2) login via mysql command line tool 3) create two tables
create schema public; create table public.table1( id int primary key); create table public.table2(id int primary key, table1_id int); alter table
table2add foreign key
The final command results in the error:
ERROR 1046 (3D000): No database selected
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