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#1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'default int(1) default '0' not null , PRIMARY KEY (products_attributes_id) )' at line 10

create table products_attributes (
  products_attributes_id int(11) not null auto_increment,
  products_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_values_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_values_price decimal(15,4) default '0.0000' not null ,
  price_prefix char(1) not null ,
  model varchar(64) not null ,
  products_attributes_thumbnail varchar(64) not null ,
  default int(1) default '0' not null ,
  PRIMARY KEY (products_attributes_id)
);

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by:Raja Jegan R
ID: 24730877
Try this one out:
create table products_attributes (
  products_attributes_id int not null auto_increment PRIMARY KEY,
  products_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_values_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_values_price decimal(15,4) default '0.0000' not null ,
  price_prefix char(1) not null ,
  model varchar(64) not null ,
  products_attributes_thumbnail varchar(64) not null ,
  default int(1) default '0' not null
);

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by:Raja Jegan R
ID: 24730886
Ignore the one above:
create table products_attributes (
  products_attributes_id int(11) not null auto_increment PRIMARY KEY,
  products_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_values_id int(11) default '0' not null ,
  options_values_price decimal(15,4) default '0.0000' not null ,
  price_prefix char(1) not null ,
  model varchar(64) not null ,
  products_attributes_thumbnail varchar(64) not null ,
  default int(1) default '0' not null
);

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gamebits earned 500 total points
ID: 24730889
default is a reserved word, enclose it between backtick`

`default` int(1) default '0' not null ,
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by:jack_
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Great thanks gamebits
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by:gamebits
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Thanks for the points and grade.
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