To Auto Timestamp A Row

Set row type as "timestamp"

Default: CURRENT_TIMESTAMP

On Update Current_Timestamp: checked if you want the timestamp to update when the row changed, not checked to only timewstamp it on creation.

This is an equivalent in code:


CREATED timestamp NOT NULL default '0000-00-00 00:00:00',
UPDATED timestamp NOT NULL default now() on update now(),

Note:  mySQL limitation is that you cannot have two TIMESTAMP columns with defaults that reference CURRENT_TIMESTAMP. 

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