Lesson 11 - MySQL Step By Step: Structure Change, Transactions and Views
In the previous lesson, MySQL Step By Step: Subqueries, we learned to use subqueries. Today, we're going to show how to change the structure of an existing database, we'll use transactions and views.
Changing the database structure
MySQL allows us to change the structure of an existing database while keeping
the existing data in it. We do it by the
Changing the table structure
We can do several changes to a table. To add, change, and remove columns, is
now the most important for us. Let's add a new
thumbs_up column to
comment table, so our visitors can rate the comments:
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In this tutorial, we'll learn how to modify the MySQL database structure (mainly tables) using the ALTER statement, explain transactions, and create views.
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