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Problem with migrating from SQL Server to MySQL
Posted by: Michał Więckowski
Date: September 14, 2018 12:17AM

I've got a problem during migration. To migrate data between SQL Server 2017 and MySQL I use MySQL workbench (version 8.0.12). When script for new tables generation is completed I can find that there are many places where int is set to default value of '', for example:

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `myname`.`Table1` (
`version` INT NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
And this, of course, is not working in next steps. Since I've got 'version' column in each table, is there any way that I can change this globally?

I know that I can go to each table and change it manually but it will be a lot of clicking...

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