I'm running this question to setup a VARBINARY (If only for this to become so, for any real reason) area for my database:

CREATE TABLE `test_books` (`id` int UNSIGNED NOT NULL,`book` VARBINARY, `timestamp` int(11) NOT NULL, UNIQUE KEY `id` (`id`))

It hands us a standard syntax error saying to check on all of the remaining code after 'VARBINARY'.

My MySQL server version is 5.0.87.d10, that is stated to aid the datatype since 5..

I transformed VARBINARY straight into int and also the query labored fine, could there be something I omitted after it?

You have to specify an overall length for [var]binary fields, just like you need to do for char/varchar.

You have to add size varbinary: