[development] user_save() trying to create a duplicate user
metzlerd at metzlerd.com
Tue Feb 5 04:44:26 UTC 2008
Last time I ran into something close to this it was because of
permissions. Are you transitioning to user 1 for the save operations?
Might be completely off base.... but that's my experience.
On Feb 4, 2008, at 5:34 PM, Neil Goodman wrote:
> I'm currently trying to solve a bug report for my module (http://
> drupal.org/node/217639). rallycivic keeps getting a "__clone method
> called on non-object" when he runs a function in my module. My
> module runs through a CiviCRM database and pulls out certain
> CiviCRM contacts that have membership status. The goal is to get
> this status synchronized to a Drupal role. There is a static method
> in the CiviCRM API called CRM_Core_BAO_UFMatch::getUFId(). This
> method will take a CiviCRM contact id and return its corresponding
> Drupal uid. I then take this list of uids and pass it to the
> user_multiple_role_edit() function. This function uses the user_save
> () function to apply role changes. I think that one of rallcivic's
> uids is causing an issue with this function. From reading the
> user_save() function's code I can see that it tries to create a new
> user if the uid doesn't exist. For some reason I think it is trying
> to do this on a valid uid, which throws a duplicate error that
> rallycivic has found in watchdog:
> "Location http://chelmsfordmc.co.uk/admin/settings/civimember_roles/
> Referrer http://chelmsfordmc.co.uk/admin/settings/civimember_roles/
> Message Duplicate entry '' for key 2 query: INSERT INTO users (uid,
> created, access) VALUES (404, 1202163268, 1202163268) in /home/
> chelmsf/public_html/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 172."
> Then the drupal_clone() function is called on a bogus object and
> throws the clone method error. At least, that is what I think is
> Has anyone ran into a situation similar to this before?
> Neil Goodman
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