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How to Drop a NOT NULL constraint in SQL Server

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I'm trying to drop a NOT NULL constraint off the S_TIME column. What am I doing wrong? Am I misreading syntax diagrams in my documentation?

alter table worktime alter column s_time NULL;

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ALTER TABLE WORKTIME ALTER COLUMN S_TIME DATETIME NULL
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