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Posted on 2011-03-17
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I'm getting the following error:
Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'column'.
Thank you.
alter table dbo.PersonDegree Add
	column MajorId int null,
	column DegreeTypeId int null,
	column UniversityID int null
GO

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remove the column word and it should work

alter table dbo.PersonDegree Add MajorId int,  DegreeTypeId int, UniversityID int
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Here you go:::

alter table dbo.PersonDegree Add
       MajorId int null,
       DegreeTypeId int null,
       UniversityID int null
GO
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