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Your phpBB Version: 3.2.2
Your phpBB Type: Standard phpBB
Extensions installed: Yes
Your knowledge: Beginner
Boardlink: http://ozcruiseclub.com.au/Boards

PHP Version: 5.6.35

What have you done before the problem was there?
Recently moved to a new server that is running MySQL(i) 5.6.39-cll-lve and when a topic is requested that is being tracked I get the dreaded "Field 'log_id' doesn't have a default value [1364]" error.

What have you already tried to solve the problem?
I have updated the database to the version suitable for MySQL(i) 5.6.39-cll-lve but am not a good enough coder to make the changes necessary to fix the problem.
The Topic Visitors are not displayed to normal users, only to Mods and Admins

Edit: I just found Version 1.0.6 of Who Visited this Topic, does that address the database problem? Apologies for troubling you if it does but manage extensions in the ACP assured me the version I was using 1.0.5 was the latest.
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So you have an error or do you only not see the topic visitors?
splot-bob wrote: Jul 2nd, '18, 12:07 The Topic Visitors are not displayed to normal users, only to Mods and Admins
binance.com ;) try it!
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No, normal users not seeing previous visitors is intentional'
The error is an SQl problem : Field 'log_id' doesn't have a default value [1364], there is a fix for the native phpBB tables and updating the database using this method updates some extensions but unfortunately not yours.
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PhpBB Version : 3.2.9
phpBB Type : standard Prosilver
Extensions installed : Yes
Knowledge : intermediate ++
PHP Version : 5.6.30
Text Editor : Notepad ++ v7.8.7
Extension : Who visited this topic ? v.1.0.5

Hello dmzx

I am the administrator of an association forum (200 members) and have used your extension "Who visited this topic?" for a long time. I find it so useful that I authorized it via acp for all members of the forum who are very happy with it.

My problem, now, is as follows: for reasons of discretion, I would like my name (admin) no longer to appear in the list of those who visited the topic.

Please tell me if it is possible to modify and how to do it.

Thank you !
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