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From:Peter WR Date:August 8 1999 11:16pm
Subject:Re: Adding to an already existing table
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Hi,

You can try http://www.calistra.com/mySQL/  where You can download a GUI
interface for maintenance of MySQL databases.


Best regards
Peter


----- Original Message -----
From: Anukool Lakhina <anukool@stripped>
To: <win32@stripped>
Sent: 8. august 1999 20:38
Subject: Adding to an already existing table


>Hello all,
>
>I'm a beginner and I've printed and browsed thru the 400+ page manual.
>
>Here's my problem. I can create tables no problem. However, if tomorrow, I
>need to add another field to the *same* table, or modify a field, or rename
>a field, do I need to recreate the entire table and move my data across?
(By
>field, I mean a column). How would I go about doing this? Say I have a
>column of type int and we decide later that this should really be floator
>suppose I need to add more columns in addition to those that already
exist -
>is this stuff pretty easy to do in mySQL with no loss of data? How would I
>go about doing this?
>
>Thanks!
>
>
>anukool.
>
>
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Adding to an already existing tableAnukool Lakhina8 Aug
  • Re: Adding to an already existing tabletonu-mysql8 Aug
    • RE: Adding to an already existing tableAnukool Lakhina8 Aug
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    • RE: Adding to an already existing tableAnukool Lakhina8 Aug
Re: Adding to an already existing tablePeter WR9 Aug