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Hi,

I am new to this forum. Please correct me if I break rule.

I am doing fresh WHMCS installation on the new server but I stuck. I am getting error during installation as follow:

File: upgrade330.sql
Line 15 – Field ‘fromname’ doesn’t have a default value
Line 16 – Field ‘fromname’ doesn’t have a default value
Errors Occurred

Please open a ticket with the debug information below for support

File: upgrade340.sql
Line 16 – Field ‘fromname’ doesn’t have a default value
Line 17 – Field ‘fromname’ doesn’t have a default value
Line 18 – Field ‘fromname’ doesn’t have a default value
Line 30 – Field ‘value’ doesn’t have a default value
Errors Occurred

Please open a ticket with the debug information below for support

And lots of similar errors. This is a fresh installation on a fresh VPS running cPanel. Am I missing something? I tried 2-3 times but same error received during WHMCS installation. It would be great if someone can help me to resolve this. I can't wait to complete WHMCS installation.

Thanks!
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Re: WHMCS error - Field ‘fromname’ doesn’t have a default value
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2014, 05:23:26 PM »
Hi,

Welcome to the forum!

You are facing this problem due to MySQL strict mode. Please refer our article WHMCS installation error and disable MySQL strict mode. This should help you to resolve your issue.

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Re: WHMCS error - Field ‘fromname’ doesn’t have a default value
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2014, 06:12:54 PM »
Thanks man! It really helped me to resolve the issue.

Cheers!
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