5 years ago in Database Management System

Which of the following modifications may not succeed?

[A] Changing a column data type from char to date
[B] Changing a column data type from numeric to char
[C] Both of the above actions should succeed.
[D] Neither of the above actions will succeed.
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Shamsa hafeez
Shamsa hafeez - 2 days ago

Shamsa hafeez from Lahore, Pakistan is saying Both of the above actions should succeed. is correct answer

Tsega Asresa Mengistu
Tsega Asresa Mengistu - 4 days ago

Tsega Asresa Mengistu from Dessie, Ethiopia is saying Changing a column data type from char to date is correct answer

Serkie Mekonnen
Serkie Mekonnen - 4 days ago

Serkie Mekonnen from Dessie, Ethiopia is saying Neither of the above actions will succeed. is correct answer

Deep
Deep - 1 month ago

Deep from Kolkata, India is saying Changing a column data type from char to date is correct answer

Arpita Dhote
Arpita Dhote - 1 month ago

Arpita Dhote from Pune, India is saying Both of the above actions should succeed. is correct answer

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