Let's see. First I'm using the design table and not SQL. (Haven't used since
mid-1980's and don't feel I recall enough.)
Next: I was altering an existing column, not adding it. So, the error
message occurs as a popup when I try to save my changes.
Interestingly enough, I did try adding another field with the same
attributes and got a similar error.
In the end, I deleted the entire table and recreated it from scratch.
Given some of the odd things I've had happen, I suspect the SQL error is
indicative of some bugs in Base.
Thank you very much for the Guide. Since today is the first time I've used
Base, I'm still also trying to figure out where things are located and how
they work ... such as switching between a form's design and editing it (the
button at the bottom doesn't seem to work).
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About 2/3 down the page lists a couple of Base Guide chapters that
are available that should help to tell you where things are located in Base.
When you edited the table using Design View, what did you select
to change the field property to NOT NULL? Entry Required should be set
to Yes to make the field NOT NULL.
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