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2681811 - PostgreSQL table is always dropped when applying model changes to database - SAP PD


  • PostgreSQL uses the ALTER TABLE command to change the definition of a table:
       - adding a new column or a new constraint to a table,
       - dropping a colummn from a table or a constraint on a table,
       - changing the type of a column of a table,
       - setting or removing the default value for a column,
       - changing whether a column is marked to allow null values or to reject null values,
       - etc.
  • PD drops then recreates the table.



  • SAP PowerDesigner (PD) 16.6
  • PostgreSQL DBMS


SAP PowerDesigner 16.6


drop, modify, dtype, modified, altered, 762916, CR762916, CR#762916, 801709, CR801709, CR#801709, 816198, CR816198, CR#816198 , KBA , BC-SYB-PD , PowerDesigner , Bug Filed

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