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v5:dictionary:column_attributes [2016/04/03 01:28]
mnewnham [UNSIGNED]
v5:dictionary:column_attributes [2016/04/03 01:34]
mnewnham [ENUM]
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 ====== Description ====== ====== Description ======
 When creating a column in a table using the dictionary methods, the information provided must confirm to the following specification. Each column created has a number of mandatory and optional parameters. When creating a column in a table using the dictionary methods, the information provided must confirm to the following specification. Each column created has a number of mandatory and optional parameters.
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-<WRAP right info 300px> +
-$fields is a string, not an array +
-</WRAP>+
 ====== Basic Syntax ====== ====== Basic Syntax ======
 The basic syntax of the attributes is as follows:  The basic syntax of the attributes is as follows: 
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 ==== CONSTRAINT ==== ==== CONSTRAINT ====
 +Adds a constraint to column. The syntax for the constraint must be defined as required by the database.
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 ==== ENUM ==== ==== ENUM ====
-In databases that support the ENUM datatype, append a parenthesized, quoted list of enum values +In databases that support the //**ENUM**// datatype, append a parenthesized, quoted list of enum values 
   ENUM('lions','tigers','halibut')   ENUM('lions','tigers','halibut')
      
v5/dictionary/column_attributes.txt · Last modified: 2016/04/03 01:34 by mnewnham