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Create a 64 bit integer field for custom schema

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02-05-2019

Hi,

How to create a 64 bit integer field for custom schema

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02-05-2019

Hi,

in the schema, just define  type="int64" for the attribute

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02-05-2019

Hello Santhosh,

Eg:

<attribute label="Identifier" name="b-id" sqlname="iId"  type="int64"/>

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