Versions prior to 126.96.36.199 contained an issue that led to missing
null constraints on database tables belonging to persistent objects with fields that have been declared as
The fix is applied by the
TablePreparer's migration part which is run on each database migration. It tries to apply the
required flag as
null constraint. Normally this is not an issue, but in one exception:
The column needs to have the
null constraint applied, and a
null value had been written into the column prior to this migration run.
If this is the case, a warning message using the following pattern is logged:
Skipping to change <tableName>.<columnName> from NULL to NOT NULL because there are NULL values present
If this message appears in the logs after the migration has been run, the migration of the column has to be done manually:
nullvalue inside the column (update all
nullvalues to non-
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