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create database clothingstore;
create table customer(
CMobile_no       int ,
Customer_id       int,
Customer_Address  varchar(20),

constraint customer_pk
primary key (Customer_id),

);
create table customer_Name(

Fname        varchar(20),
Minit        varchar(20),
Lname        varchar(20),
Customer_id    int,
constraint customer_name_pk
primary key (Customer_id),

);
create table Branch(
Branch_id   int,     
Branch_Name  varchar(20),
Branch_Location  varchar(20),
Branch_Address   varchar(20),

constraint Branch_pk
primary key (Branch_id),

);

create table Buysfrom(
Cid int
  
  Bid int

 Hrs  int
 CONSTRAINT buys_pk
 primary key (Cid,Bid)

 Constraint customer_Buys_pk
 foreign key (Cid) references customer(Customer_id)
 constraint Branch_Buys_fk
 foreign key (Bid)references Branch(Branch_id)


);


What I have tried:

tried to change the word speeling
Posted
Updated 1-Dec-22 12:48pm
Comments
Dave Kreskowiak 30-Nov-22 19:42pm    
What's the SQL server you're using and the error message?
Noran Azab 1-Dec-22 17:17pm    
microsoft sql server managment studio 18 ..........syntax error
Dave Kreskowiak 1-Dec-22 17:38pm    
First, it's SQL Server.

As fo the error message, for future reference, ALWAYS copy and paste the entire error message in your questions.

Commas separate items:
SQL
create table Buysfrom(
Cid int
  
  Bid int

 Hrs  int
 CONSTRAINT buys_pk
 primary key (Cid,Bid)

 Constraint customer_Buys_pk
 foreign key (Cid) references customer(Customer_id)
 constraint Branch_Buys_fk
 foreign key (Bid)references Branch(Branch_id)


);
You don't have any in the final table definition.
 
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Like Griff said, you're missing commas seperating field definitions. It also helps to indent your code properly and capitalize SQL keywords to make it easier to read:
SQL
CREATE TABLE Buysfrom (
    Cid int,
    Bid int,
    Hrs int,

 CONSTRAINT buys_PK PRIMARY KEY (Cid, Bid),

 CONSTRAINT customer_Buys_PK FOREIGN KEY (Cid) REFERENCES customer (Customer_id),

 CONSTRAINT Branch_Buys_FK FOREIGN KEY (Bid) REFERENCES Branch (Branch_id)
);
 
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Noran Azab 2-Dec-22 5:48am    
it works .Thanks in advance

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