FATAL ERROR: Disconnected: No supported authentication methods available (server sent: publickey)
If this is error, which You are getting form Bitbucket server while trying to clone Your private repository, you can try following:
- Start Git bash command line at the location where You want have Your repository cloned.
- Copy clone command from Your repository web page – like: git clone email@example.com:username/repositoryName.git ./desiredTargetFolderName
- first paste following command into bash: ssh -vT firstname.lastname@example.org
- Than run clone command and it should work
Hope it will help someone.
If You`re still having problems with pulling data from Your repository (because of permission), check Your home ssh folder, if it contains correct public key file, usually it is:
I was just solving issue, where I needed to keep an order of items returned from the MySQL database listen in the WHERE IN clause.
SELECT * FROM table WHERE id IN (1,5,8,73,5,4,88)
This will return rows ordered by its primary key (in my case column id). Here is updated query, which will keep order of items listed in WHERE IN clause:
SELECT * FROM table WHERE id IN (1,5,8,73,5,4,88) ORDER BY FIELD(id,1,5,8,73,5,4,88)
Please note first item in brackets behind ORDER BY – there should be set same column, which was used at WHERE IN clause.
UPDATE: There was missing function called FIELD after ORDER BY – code is fixed now.
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