A table is the database object that contain all the data in a database. In tables, data is logically organized in a row-and-column format similar to a spreadsheet. You can create a table, name it, and add it to an existing database in an SQL Server instance by using dbForge Fusion for SQL Server.
This topic demonstrates how to create a new table that does not contain any data. Nevertheless, while creating the table you must decide what types of data you want to store in it.
In Database Explorer, connect to the instance of database engine that contains the database to be modified.
In Database Explorer, expand the connection node and then expand the database that will contain the new table.
In Database Explorer, right-click the Tables folder and then click New Table. The Table Editor opens.
In the Name text box, type the table name.
Optionally, add a description.
By default, the table is contained in the dbo schema. To specify a different schema for the table, from the Schema drop-down list, select the appropriate schema.
Type column names, choose data types, and select whether to allow nulls for each column as shown in the following illustration. Optionally, add a description.
To specify a column as a primary key, click the check box next to the column name.
Click Update Database.
In order to create a table, you must have the CREATE TABLE permission in the database and ALTER permission on the schema in which the table is being created.