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Wizards and Editors

AnySQL Maestro provides wide opportunities to create and edit database objects within the appropriate wizard and editor correspondingly.

 

Create Object Wizards can be invoked from the AnySQL Maestro main menu (Object | Create Database object). Also it is possible to call them from the Database Explorer's popup menu, from the Navigation Bar of the respective Object Editors, as well as from such tools as Object Manager and Object Browser.

 

To open an object editor, just double click its node in the Database Explorer tree. Of course this action is also available through popup menus, navigation bars, and so on.

 

The options to create or edit an object in AnySQL Maestro follow the parameters defined by database. If you need clarification on what an option means or how it should be used, see database's documentation for more information. The documentation provides detailed description of objects, including their purpose, properties, and restrictions. The AnySQL Maestro manual provides you with only brief review of database objects.

 

 

See also: Object Manager, Object Browser

 



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