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Create Object Wizards

AnySQL Maestro provides a number of Create Object Wizards to accomplish the most facile database object creation. Easily understandable wizard steps allow you to specify all the object properties.

 

There are several ways to invoke the necessary Create Object Wizard:

 

select the Object | Create Database Object... main menu item;
select the necessary icon (table, view, trigger, etc.) in the Create Database Object dialog

or

select the object list (Tables, Views, Triggers, etc.) or any object from that list in the explorer tree;
select the Create New Table (View, Trigger, etc.)... item from the popup menu.

       

Several wizard steps are common for all wizards. This part purpose is the formulation of the basic principles for the Create Object Wizard organization.

 

On the first wizard step you need to specify the new object name.

 

On the second one you have to define all the object properties. To clear up the object properties meanings see the appropriate topic of the respective Create Object Wizard section.

 

Some objects has subitems (e.g. each table contains fields, indexes etc). In this case the next step allows you to manage such subobjects of the object being created. We recommend you to store the following shortcuts in order to speed your work: the Ins key adds a new subobject, the Enter key displays the subobject's editor, and the Del key drops the subobject.

 

The next wizard step is final. It is provided to sum up the Create Object Wizard operation.

 

Note: There are some objects to have an additional Create Object Wizard steps. The detailed description of the steps you can find at the appropriate topic of the corresponding section.

 

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