Keith C. Ivey wrote:
> On 14 Apr 2004 at 17:27, B. Fongo wrote:
>>I expected a warning because of the Token column shouldn't be NULL!
> It's not NULL. It's the empty string, which is the default value,
> since you didn't give it a specific default value. See the "CREATE
> TABLE" documentation:
> If no DEFAULT value is specified for a column, MySQL
> automatically assigns one, as follows. If the column can
> take NULL as a value, the default value is NULL. If the
> column is declared as NOT NULL, the default value depends on
> the column type:
> * For string types other than ENUM, the default value is the
> empty string.
I didn't know this too I expect correct behavior: error.
So if I want error on such INSERTs I must use 'IS NOT NULL default NULL'?
Best regards. Ruslan.