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Since Oracle 9i, you may use pseudocolumns like SYSDATE or CURRENT_TIMESTAMP in DEFAULT clauses. For example: create table t1 id$ integer not null, charcol char default ‘Y’, datecol date default sysdate, strcol varchar2(30.
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Oct 14, 2012. When I try this though, the error I am getting is: (SQL Error: 1294 SQL. DATETIME cannot use CURRENT_TIMESTAMP on update. Or, consider using a trigger for this situation: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/trigger-syntax. html. since MySQL 5.6.5, so another solution is to upgrade your server if.
What problem are you encountering, and can you include the output of CREATE TABLE in your question? This works for me on MySQL 5.1.41-3ubuntu12.3:
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mysql – Timestamp default value different than current_timestamp. – Jul 27, 2015. You cannot have two timestamp columns with default values that use CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, however you can use a trigger before insert: