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Development Tools Database Foundations Joining Relational Data Between Tables in SQL Keys and Auto-Incrementing Values

Angelos Bolovinos
Angelos Bolovinos
3,958 Points

ALTER TABLE FOREIGN KEY

Hi in challenge 3 of 3 I add this code. ALTER TABLE t_movies ADD COLUMN fk_genre_id INTEGER, ADD CONSTRAINT FOREIGN KEY (t_genres) REFERENCES (pk_id); What's my mistake?

2 Answers

There is a syntax error try:

ALTER TABLE t_movies ADD COLUMN fk_genre_id INTEGER, ADD CONSTRAINT FOREIGN KEY (fk_genre_id) REFERENCES t_genres (pk_id);

Angelos Bolovinos
Angelos Bolovinos
3,958 Points

Works great thanks Vladimir!