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CREATE DOMAIN sql sytax error / is this valid?

Marvin Harrison

Joined: Mar 03, 2005
Posts: 20
hello, have done brief searches, and have found documentation on this command, but do not know if it is current.

just started jdbc/sql and one of the first things stated is:

however, i've got mysql installed and get syntax erros with this....completely confused, can do all other mysql commands as far as i know, creating/dropping/reenaming/etc.

Thank you!
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