MySQL Data Types

MySQL supports the ENUM and SET data types, which must be added to your Enterprise Architect model before you can use them as the types for columns.

Access     Project | Settings | Database Datatypes

Add the ENUM and SET data types for MySQL



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The Database Datatypes dialog displays.




Add New Datatypes


In the Product Name field select MySql.



Add the data types ENUM and SET.


When using these data types later in a Column's Initial field, type the values as a comma-separated list, in the format:


If one value is the default, use the format:

('one','two','three') default 'three'