Throw no default value error even if we give value

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A user of one of my product is using MySQL 10.7.3-MariaDB.

This is the table creation:

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS negativity_accounts
(
    id CHAR(36) NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY,
    reports VARCHAR(1024) NOT NULL
);

When my product run :

REPLACE INTO table (id, reports) VALUES ('my-id', '');

It throw error: "Field ‘reports’ doesn’t have a default value".

This request works with all mysql versions that I tested for multiple years, so what’s the new behavior and how can I fix it without breaking all others DB ?

How to solve :

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Method 1

You probably have the EMPTY_STRING_IS_NULL SQLMode variable set to true.

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