Okay. Let's start with
DEFAULT clause allows us to assign a default value to a column.
DEFAULT is defined during table creation, and the database architect decides whether a given column has a default value or not. The user only needs to know that a default value has been defined for a particular column.
Technically, the default value is a constraint that says "If there is no value added to this column during an
UPDATE operation, the specified default value will be used."
In our database, the
author table has default values for the following columns:
photo (the path to the
'No photo' picture).
create_timestamp (The default value is the current date and time.)
is_active (The default value is
post table has a default value for