CREATE TABLE invoice_data (invoice# INTEGER NOT NULL GENERATED ALWAYS AS IDENTITY (START WITH 1 ,INCREMENT BY 1...
,NO MAXVALUE ,NO CYCLE ,ORDER) ,sale_date DATE NOT NULL ,customer_id CHAR(20) NOT NULL ,product_id INTEGER NOT NULL ,quantity INTEGER NOT NULL ,price DECIMAL(18,2) NOT NULL ,PRIMARY KEY (invoice#));
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