to create a table with a binary column with a default value

Posted on 2011-10-20
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I have a sybase table that I am trying to port to sqlserver 2005

Sybase table has a table with binary(10) type column, with a default 'X0000000000'
when SSMA converts this, it complains about the default value
is there anything we can set up in SSMA for it to use this default to move it to sqlserver?  
Question by:nanjo85
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you should do conversion..
this link may help you
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Anthony Perkins earned 2000 total points
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You should be able to use 0x0000000000 (no quotes) or simply 0

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Excellent. one short sentence. Worked exactly as stated. thanks

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