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Ansi Padding

Dear Friends,

I have a table in which is having some fields which does not allow nulls.
I need to make few of them TO ALLOW NULLS
I went throug SQL Server Enterprise Manager, then right click on the table and then went to the Design view, at that time itself a message got displayed that
"You are not logged on as the Database Owner or Sys Admin You must not be able to save the changes to the table which you do not own"

Then when I was trying to put a tick in the Allow Nulls option and then trying to save the changes, it displays
'One or more columns have ANSI PADDING OFF

I clicked on OK and then MY SYSTEM IS ALMOST STUCK.

Any body can help me on this matter.

I just want to make certain fields TO ALLOW NULLS.

Million Thanks in advance.

Warm regards
Thomas Philipose
Oct 18 '06 #1
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