You can use the CREATE TABLE statement to create column defaults at the time a table is created, or the ALTER TABLE statement to add column defaults at a later time.
The following statement adds a default to an existing column named ID in the SalesOrders table, so that it automatically increments (unless a client application specifies a value). Note that in the SQL Anywhere sample database, this column is already set to AUTOINCREMENT.
ALTER TABLE SalesOrders ALTER ID DEFAULT AUTOINCREMENT;
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