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Solution to Bill Monk's problem creating table structures.
Posted by: Mohamed Infiyaz Zaffer Khalid
Date: May 19, 2009 10:17PM

Hello Bill Monk, your declaration of the third table vsProposalUnitAllocation contains an error. your 5th line in defining this table reads:

AllocationPercent decimal(5,2) unsigned not null default 0.00

But the problem is the data type UNSIGNED is meant to be an UNSIGNED INTEGER as with many other languages (like C/C++). So it would be errroneous to say that it contains 2 decimals.

Thus the correct syntax should be:

AllocationPercent float not null default 0.00

I hope this solves the problem - I know it does as I've tried it on my system.

If you find this post useful, please take the time to mark it SOLVED using a new reply so that it benefits the others with similar issues.

Oh, and one more thing... I hope you take it in good spirit. This thread is dealing with a specific error number (1005/150) in particular and your problem is not related to it. As it is, this thread is pretty long and it would be good to have any non-related issues on a NEW THREAD. Many thanks.

Happy coding!
Khalid

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