Problem to query

Hi,
what is the reason to this problem below?

11:06:50      insert into package (in_time,in_by,mod_time,mod_by,deleted,del_time,del_by,status,store,waybill_num,price,remote_charge,total_price,phone,remark,stockout_time,sign_time,sign_store,seven_sign_time,seven_sign_store,return_time,eng_sms,sms_time,bar_time,sms_out_time1,sms_out_time2,store_dscr,is_isg) values(642960,str_to_date('2015-04-01 09:47:09','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),155744,str_to_date('2015-04-06 02:24:22','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'system',0,'','','stockout','BHKJ07','000000001300',0,0,0,'60127462','',str_to_date('2015-04-01 09:47:35','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),str_to_date('2015-04-04 10:08:00','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'',str_to_date('2015-04-01 23:49:25','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'0336','',0,str_to_date('2015-04-01 09:47:35','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'',str_to_date('2015-04-01 18:55:28','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'','852J1007',0)      Error Code: 1136. Column count doesn't match value count at row 1      0.062 sec
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Ryan ChongCommented:
>>Error Code: 1136. Column count doesn't match value count at row 1

it means number of columns is not equal to the number of values specified. Either you put in more columns or you put in more values in your insert SQL statement.

in your case:

insert into package (in_time,in_by,mod_time,mod_by,deleted,del_time,del_by,status,store,waybill_num,price,remote_charge,total_price,phone,remark,stockout_time,sign_time,sign_store,seven_sign_time,seven_sign_store,return_time,eng_sms,sms_time,bar_time,sms_out_time1,sms_out_time2,store_dscr,is_isg) values(642960,str_to_date('2015-04-01 09:47:09','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),155744,str_to_date('2015-04-06 02:24:22','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'system',0,'','','stockout','BHKJ07','000000001300',0,0,0,'60127462','',str_to_date('2015-04-01 09:47:35','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),str_to_date('2015-04-04 10:08:00','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'',str_to_date('2015-04-01 23:49:25','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'0336','',0,str_to_date('2015-04-01 09:47:35','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'',str_to_date('2015-04-01 18:55:28','%Y-%m-%d %h:%i:%s'),'','852J1007',0)  

number of columns: 28

number of values: 29

Pls check on this.
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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAuthor Commented:
Sorry, I don't know exactly  what the reason is.
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Mark BullockQA Engineer IIICommented:
You either need to add one more column name in the list inside the first set of parentheses
OR
remove one of the items in the values list (second set of parentheses).
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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAuthor Commented:
here are the columns' Data type
  `in_time` datetime default NULL,
  `in_by` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `mod_time` datetime default NULL,
  `mod_by` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `deleted` varchar(45) default '0',
  `del_time` datetime default NULL,
  `del_by` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `status` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `store` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `waybill_num` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `price` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `remote_charge` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `total_price` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `phone` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `remark` varchar(500) default NULL,
  `stockout_time` datetime default NULL,
  `sign_time` datetime default NULL,
  `sign_store` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `seven_sign_time` datetime default NULL,
  `seven_sign_store` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `return_time` datetime default NULL,
  `eng_sms` varchar(1) default '0',
  `sms_time` datetime default NULL,
  `bar_time` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `sms_out_time1` datetime default NULL,
  `sms_out_time2` datetime default NULL,
  `store_dscr` varchar(45) default NULL,
  `is_isg` int(11) default '0',

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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAuthor Commented:
which is the item to remove?
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Mark BullockQA Engineer IIICommented:
The order of the values in "values" has to match the order of the columns in the first set of parentheses.
For example in_time is a date field, but the first value is an integer. Correct this.
in_by is a character field, but the second value is a date. Correct this.
Keep doing this for every column.
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Ryan ChongCommented:
@HuaMinChen

not too sure why you always rewarding the experts with a B or even C. You should reconsider to give a fair grade for the experts. if not the experts may feel that you not appreciate their helps and in fact you may no need their helps.

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