The input table to which the specified field will be added. The field will be added to the existing input table and will not create a new output table.
Fields can be added to feature classes in geodatabases, shapefiles, coverages, stand-alone tables, raster catalogs, rasters with attribute tables, and layers.
|Mosaic Layer; Raster Layer; Table View|
The name of the field that will be added to the input table.
Specifies the field type of the new field.
The number of digits that can be stored in the field. All digits are counted regardless of which side of the decimal they are on.
If the input table is a file geodatabase, the field precision value will be ignored.
The number of decimal places stored in a field. This parameter is only used in float and double data field types.
If the input table is a file geodatabase, the field scale value will be ignored.
The length of the field being added. This sets the maximum number of allowable characters for each record of the field. This parameter is only applicable to fields of type text.
The alternate name given to the field name. This name is used to describe cryptic field names. This parameter only applies to geodatabases.
Specifies whether the field can contain null values. Null values are different from zero or empty fields and are only supported for fields in a geodatabase.
Specifies whether the field being created is a required field for the table. Required fields are only supported in a geodatabase.
Constrains the values allowed in any particular attribute for a table, feature class, or subtype in a geodatabase. You must specify the name of an existing domain for it to be applied to the field.
|Updated Input Table|
The updated input table.