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Hello, I am having a problem with the CVS plugin for BugZilla. When I enable the plugin I on occasions get the following error detailing an error with the SQL: In C:\SHARE\Source\DotNet\Serco\ProcessControlServer: "C:\Program Files\CVS Suite\TortoiseCVS\cvs.exe" "-q" "-r" "-x" "commit" "-m" "Formatted test script in line with Kieron Conway's template and comments from Sue Davies" "TestScripts/Track Geometry System Test Script.doc" CVSROOT=:sspi:eric at 192.168.123.210:/SercoCVS Checking in TestScripts/Track Geometry System Test Script.doc; /SercoCVS/ProcessControlServer/TestScripts/Track Geometry System Test Script.doc,v <-- Track Geometry System Test Script.doc new revision: 1.2; previous revision: 1.1 done Error inserting bug description: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 's template and comments from Sue Davies ', 0)' at line 1 Success, CVS operation completed I have looked into the MySQL bug lists (as this is what the BugZilla is setup to use) but all i can see there is errors in relation to the blob size for mysql (which i have altered to 16MB so it shouldnât be a problem). The other strange thing is that this error occurs when I am not even selecting the âuse Bugâ or âMark Bugâ features from TortoiseCVS, so in theory it shouldnât go anywhere near the BugZilla database? So if its only checking into the RCS file (and not the database) why am I getting MySQL errors. At the moment I have had to disable this plugin in order to stop the errors. Can you please help or give me some guidance here. Eric