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

This command isn't working even though it works in MySQLWORKBENCH

CREATE TABLE t_genres (pk_id INT PRIMARY KEY, uk_name VARCHAR(45) UNIQUE NOT NULL);

1 Answer

Jose Soto
Jose Soto
23,407 Points

When declaring the primary key type as an integer, you need to use INTEGER, not INT. Another issue is that you are not declaring the primary key as AUTO_INCREMENT. Try those modifications to your query.