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I created and installed my database via the InstallSchema.php file. I now need to add a new column to one of my tables. In order to get the new column added to the table I deleted the module name entry from the setup_module table. I made my changes to to the InstallSchema.php file to add the additional column. Then I run the command "php bin/magento setup:upgrade" but the database is not being updated with the new column. Below is the code for the new column I am trying to add.

 ->addColumn(
                'api_status',
                \Magento\Framework\DB\Ddl\Table::TYPE_BOOLEAN,
                null,
                ['nullable' => false, 'default' => 0],
                'API Status'
            )
  • you have to add in UpgradeSchema.php file and change the version in module.xml – Vishnunath Nov 13 '19 at 19:27
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You should use UpgradeSchema for this, but if you don't care about the data in the existing table and just want a quick fix, delete the existing table, remove the row from setup_module, clear cache, and run setup:upgrade and your custom table should be created with your new column.

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From Magento 2.3 it is recommend to use declarative schema. https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.3/extension-dev-guide/declarative-schema/db-schema.html Try to replace old install scripts with declarative schema.

Please check this tutorials: https://www.mage2.tv/content/fundamentals/declarative-schema/ - Vinai Kopp explanation for declarative schema. https://inchoo.net/magento-2/declarative-schema/

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