I dropped my UNIQUE KEY index 'myindex' on a table and I wanted to change the UNIQUE KEY to something else, so after dropping it I did: alter table mytable add unique key anykey (add1, city, state); ...
I have the following table: CREATE TABLE `timeline_lists` ( `id` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `user_id` int(11) NOT NULL, `list_type` int(11) NOT NULL, `s_object_id` int(11) NOT NULL ...
Is there a way to find out what is the length in bytes for the unique index (NKU) key created through the following command: CREATE TABLE test_ ( testId bigint(20) NOT NULL, name varchar(75) ...
I have a table in which there is a column name with SP varchar(10) NOT NULL. I want that column always to be unique so i created unique index on that column . My table schema as follows : CREATE ...