On 4/10/2012 12:48 PM, Luis Rodriguez wrote:
Deep down in the SQL0190 message it explains that you can only
specify DROP DEFAULT if a default value has been defined for the
existing column, so I would think this is working as designed...

The "DROP DEFAULT" function doesn't complain if I create the column "WITH DEFAULT" and no specific value. I can do a "DROP DEFAULT" and "DROP NOT NULL" independently ... but not together.

Nevertheless, as I see it, there is still a difference between the
default values...

Yes, but the system tables don't indicate that difference.


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