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How to Remove a NOT NULL Constraint in Snowflake

In Snowflake, we remove the “NOT NULL” constraint using “ALTER TABLE”. This blog discusses using that command.

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Remove a NOT NULL Constraint in Snowflake

For removing the NOT NULL constraint in Snowflake, we utilize the following command:

ALTER TABLE <table_name> ALTER <column_name> DROP 

Restate the column definition, adding “NOT NULL” Attribute

alter table products1
alter category drop not null;
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The ALTER TABLE command is used for removing the “NOT NULL” constraint. I hope this information is adequate for removing the NOT NULL Constraints.

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