Error while saving the table design
Column constraints are not acceptable in statement [ALTER TABLE "Companion
Subspecies" ADD "Help Type" INTEGER NOT NULL]
First of all we should know which type of database you refer to. No, Base is
not a database. It includes a certain type of database product which is
fully documented here: http://www.hsqldb.org/doc/1.8/guide/ch09.html
Assuming that we are talking about HSQLDB 1.8, the COLUMN keyword is
missing. Try this:
ALTER TABLE "Companion Subspecies" ADD COLUMN "Help Type" INTEGER NOT NULL
If your integer "Help Type" is supposed to be a foreign key you may also do
something like this:
ALTER TABLE "Companion Subspecies" ADD CONSTRAINT "FK Help Type" FOREIGN
KEY("Help Type") REFERENCES "Help Types"("ID")
So far all this is possible in the Base GUI.
Select table, menu:Edit>Edit...
Add an integer column and set "Entry required" to "Yes"
In case of a foreign key you can add a relation in the relations manager
adding the involved tables and dragging a line between the foreign key and
the other table's primary key.
This is how you get the full database as SQL script:
where the single quoted string specifies the output file.
You can also close the database, open it in a zip tool and get the embedded
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