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Databases Creating and Modifying Database Tables Creating and Modifying Database Tables Making Changes to a Database

Make sure you're creating all 4 columns: id, first_name, last_name, and favorite_rock_id.

Now recreate the MEMBERS table with the new FAVORITE_ROCK_ID column, and make sure it has a foreign key constraint to the ID column of the ROCKS table. The columns should now be: ID, FIRST_NAME, LAST_NAME, and FAVORITE_ROCK_ID.

CREATE TABLE MEMBERS ( ID INT PRIMARY KEY, FIST_NAME VARCHAR(255), LAST_NAME VARCHAR(255), FAVORITE_ROCK_ID REFERENCES ROCKS(ID) );

Why doesn't this work?

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,645 Points

Well, you have "FIST_NAME" instead of "FIRST_NAME". But I wasn't able to get it to work even after fixing it.

So there may also be some issue with the challenge itself, I know there was a problem just a few days ago with a different question. You might try writing directly to the Support folks.

I'll also tag Craig Dennis since I believe he fixed the other issue.

The support folks tell me to post it out here. So frustrating!

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,645 Points

Odd, maybe they ran a "test answer" through that still passes. But hopefully Craig will take a look soon.

It's working now! Thanks Steven.