This table is referenced by table (%1) and at least one attribute in its foreign key ( %2) does not allow nulls. The table will be initialized with a default record if table (%1) has records.
This reorganization allows you to add a new table, with a foreign key in it, into an existing table that is not empty. Let's see an example:
And the reorganization consists of:
1. New Trn Country
2. New FK to Country in Table Cient
The Impact Analysis shows:
This type of reorganization was not supported in Genexus 9.0 and prior versions, and in fact a rgz0015 runtime control (like the one shown below) was given: