alter statement

I need to add the following:

[IndexTicketServiceID] [int] IDENTITY
[TicketID] [int]
[ServiceTypeID] [int]  - (will be phased out)
[DateAdded] [datetime]
[AgentAdded] [nvarchar](50)
[DateCreated] [datetime]

[ServiceID] [int]  - (the new way links to a company service)
[FlagRemoved] [bit] NULL DEFAULT ((0))
[AgentRemoved] [nvarchar](50)
[DateRemoved] [datetime]
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
Assuming that you need to add 4 columns

ALTER TABLE dbo.tbl_index_ticket_services ADD
      ServiceID int NULL,
      FlagRemoved bit NULL default 0 ,
      AgentRemoved nchar(50) NULL,
      DateRemoved datetime NULL
alter table dbo.tbl_index_ticket_services
[ServiceID] [int] ,
[FlagRemoved] [bit] NULL DEFAULT ((0)),
[AgentRemoved] [nvarchar](50),
[DateRemoved] [datetime] ;

And later, when you want to remove the other one:

alter table dbo.tbl_index_ticket_services
drop column [ServiceTypeID];


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