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Table columns are created and edited in MS SQL Maestro within the Field Editor.
To add a new table column, you should either:
Specify the Field Name and specify the Field Data Type by selecting it from the drop-down list.
Note: the name of the object must be unique among all the object names in the table. You can use any identifier that is allowed by Microsoft SQL server. XML schema collection
Used only in case xml is selected as Type. Applies only to the XML data type for associating an XML schema collection with the type. Before using you are to create the schema in the database first.
See also: XML schema collection
Denotes that each instance of the xml data type can contain multiple top-level elements (for Content) or only one top-level element (for Document).
Represents an expression that defines the value of a computed column. A computed column is a virtual column that is not physically stored in the table unless the column is checked Persisted.
Parameters group options are described at the Field parameters topic.
To set the default value for the field use the Default value box. This value is always inserted to the table in this field when the field value is not specified in the insert query.
Binds the rule to a column data type. The rule is to be created in the database beforehand.
See also: Rules
The Comment box allows you to set optional text describing the field.
For field identity properties see Setting field identity.
Table fields are edited within the Field Editor dialog window. In order to open the dialog you should either
You can change the name of the field using the Rename Field dialog. To open the dialog you should either
To drop the table field:
and confirm dropping in the dialog window.