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Error: Bambi Creation Timeout

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I noticed a lot of threads pertaining to this problem, but when looking at the code that other people have posted, I don't seem to be getting the exact same error as them, despite the fact we're still getting the same result. This is what my error looks like and I, for the life of me, cannot figure out what is going wrong. Can anyone help?

private ["_item"];
_item = _this param [0,"",[""]];
switch (true) do {
ca>
15:49:51   Error position: <param [0,"",[""]];
switch (true) do {
ca>
15:49:51   Error Type Number, expected String
15:49:51 File A3\functions_f\inventory\fn_itemType.sqf, line 81
15:49:51 Error in expression <ckGlobal _x; };
case 4:		{ _bambiPlayer linkItem _x; };
default 					{ _bambiPla>
15:49:51   Error position: <linkItem _x; };
default 					{ _bambiPla>
15:49:51   Error linkitem: Type Number, expected String
15:49:51 File exile_server\code\ExileServer_object_player_network_createPlayerRequest.sqf, line 38
15:49:51 Error in expression <ckGlobal _x; };
case 4:		{ _bambiPlayer linkItem _x; };
default 					{ _bambiPla>
15:49:51   Error position: <linkItem _x; };
default 					{ _bambiPla>
15:49:51   Error Generic error in expression
15:49:51 File exile_server\code\ExileServer_object_player_network_createPlayerRequest.sqf, line 38
 
15:49:51 Error in expression <
 
 
 
 
 
 
private ["_item"];
_item = _this param [0,"",[""]];
switch (true) do {
ca>
15:49:51   Error position: <param [0,"",[""]];
switch (true) do {
ca>
15:49:51   Error Type Number, expected String
15:49:51 File A3\functions_f\inventory\fn_itemType.sqf, line 81
15:49:51 Error in expression <ckGlobal _x; };
case 4:		{ _bambiPlayer linkItem _x; };
default 					{ _bambiPla>
15:49:51   Error position: <linkItem _x; };
default 					{ _bambiPla>
15:49:51   Error linkitem: Type Number, expected String
15:49:51 File exile_server\code\ExileServer_object_player_network_createPlayerRequest.sqf, line 38
15:49:51 Error in expression <ckGlobal _x; };
case 4:		{ _bambiPlayer linkItem _x; };
default 					{ _bambiPla>
15:49:51   Error position: <linkItem _x; };
default 					{ _bambiPla>
15:49:51   Error Generic error in expression
15:49:51 File exile_server\code\ExileServer_object_player_network_createPlayerRequest.sqf, line 38
15:50:31 "<infiSTAR.de>CONNECTLOG| #2 Disconnected: Darth Sidious(76561198070847310 - 3) SteamName: Ron Burgundy   [22-Jan-2017 04-24-12 - v0071]"
15:50:31 Client: Remote object 3:0 not found
15:50:31 Warning: Cleanup player - person 2:788 not found
15:50:32 Warning: Cleanup player - person 2:788 not found

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1 hour ago, Beowulfv said:

Have you removed strict mode from your database?

I have seen this answer in other posts, but everyone of those are from people using things like MySQL Workbench. I have a virtual server with a control panel and it uses phpMyAdmin and I can't find that anywhere. On top of the fact that I am new to databases. Any ideas where to find it there?

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You may be able to run an SQL query within your database management tool such as phpMyAdmin which can normally be found from your web hosting control panel:

SET @@global.sql_mode= '';

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5 minutes ago, Beowulfv said:

You may be able to run an SQL query within your database management tool such as phpMyAdmin which can normally be found from your web hosting control panel:

SET @@global.sql_mode= '';

I think I know what you are talking about. I can click a tab that says "SQL" and when I do, it shows a window I can put commands in. If I am right about the location, do I put that line in there that you just told me and then click go?

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Yes, it will execute the command and tell you if it worked or not.

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5 hours ago, Beowulfv said:

Yes, it will execute the command and tell you if it worked or not.

turns out that it was caused from a problem I had with my config file from @ExileServer. I am pretty sure it was due to having blocked commented some things out which obviously wasn't the right choice. Replaced with a fresh one and re-edited everything. works just fine now. best part is that I thought to do that just out of a huntch. I appreciate the help!

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