Sqlstate[42000]

Website URL

thetesting.epizy.com/public

Error Message

SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1071 Specified key was too long; max key length is 1000 bytes

Please Help!

What application is it?

Surfow

Give me script link

Here is the demo

Umm, I asked for the link of the script, not demo

So you wanna make me believe that you paid $70 dollars for the script?

Please dont host nulled content

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Btw,

I haven’t used nulled script.
I also have the license of it.

BRUH
Please, how the heck?
you were able to buy such a rich script but not able to afford premium hosting?

Sorry, it was not Surfow, it was laralink.
See this.

I didn’t paid single penny for it. It was available in the end of the month free items.

I dont think this script wll work cuz of the extensions.
PHP >= 7.2.5
MYSQL => 5.7
BCMath PHP Extension
Ctype PHP Extension
JSON PHP Extension
Mbstring PHP Extension
OpenSSL PHP Extension
PDO PHP Extension
Tokenizer PHP Extension
XML PHP Extension

I am not so sure tho

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Why not consider this?

Free to a certain limit as well…

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I respect your suggestion but I prefer the laralink coz Its premium.

Can you please instruct me about how to solve the error.

Try this…

It may not work due to free hosting

Most of the time premium stuff also require premium hosting.
As laralink also requires laravel, it will be complicated and messy. Good luck!

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Yay, It successfully installed.

Troubleshooting Links:
For Error SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1071 Specified key was too long; max key length is 1000 bytes
Link 1

For Error symlink() has been disabled for security reasons
Link 2

The problems are solved but the laralink won’t launch due to restricted features in free hosting.
As the domain thetesting.epizy.com [closed now] itself says it was only for testing purpose.
Hope this link will be helpful to all.

Thanks all for your support.

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I think laralink uses InnoDB which free hosting doesnt support.

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Maybe you’re right.

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That error is definitely caused by InnoDB missing. But we also use MySQL 5.6, not 5.7, which may also contribute to the issues.

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This sounds like vps hosting