This topic describes ways to create, drop, and edit a table in a database with the help of Fusion for SQL Server.
In Database Explorer, right-click the Tables node and select New Table
Input the table name.
Add at least one column to the table.
Optionally, alter the name, change database (owner) in which the new table will be created, or set a comment for the table.
Save the document.
To learn about adding columns, constraints, indexes to the table and defining other table parameters, see Defining Table Structure.
Drop a table by selecting Delete on the shortcut menu.
When you drop a table all data containing in it is lost.
Editing a table implies editing its structure: changing, removing, or adding columns, indexes, modifying table options. Table editor allows performing all these actions and viewing changes in the script of the table.
To edit a table and view changes:
Right-click it in Database Explorer.
Select Edit Table on the shortcut menu.
Make necessary changes in the table structure. See topic Defining Table Structure for detailed information.
Click the Script Changes button to view changes.
To apply changes, click Update Database. If you want to undo all actions made since the table document (or any another object editor) was opened or saved, click the Undo button on the Standard toolbar.
However, you cannot issue a Redo command for database objects, because when you click Undo, the database object is reloaded from server, and all unsaved changes are lost.