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From:shaun thornburgh Date:January 17 2005 2:57pm
Subject:Re: Can Mysql hold possible field values?
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for your replies, i have also found SET which appears to do the same 
thing, is there a reason why everyone suggested ENUM as opposed to SET?

Thanks for your help

>From: Mattias J <mjslask@stripped>
>To: "shaun thornburgh" <shaunthornburgh@stripped>, mysql@stripped
>Subject: Re: Can Mysql hold possible field values?
>Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2005 15:23:42 +0100
>
>At 2005-01-17 15:12, shaun thornburgh wrote:
>>I am attempting to create a database and have a query. Is it possible for 
>>mysql to contain the possible field values in the database rather than 
>>creating the options in the application?
>>
>>For example Field_A can only be Yes or No, Field_B can be 50% or 80% etc.
>
>http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/ENUM.html
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Can Mysql hold possible field values?shaun thornburgh17 Jan
  • Re: Can Mysql hold possible field values?Eric Bergen17 Jan
  • Re: Can Mysql hold possible field values?Mattias J17 Jan
    • Re: Can Mysql hold possible field values?shaun thornburgh17 Jan
      • Re: Can Mysql hold possible field values?Alec.Cawley17 Jan
      • Re: Can Mysql hold possible field values?Jigal van Hemert17 Jan