Creating Partitioned Tables with Range, Hash or List Partition Methods

Creating a Range-Partitioned Table

  1. Click the New Database Object button on the Standard toolbar.
  2. Select the Table type in the dialog box.
  3. Input the table name.
  4. Click Create. If specified table name is unique, the table editor appears
  5. Add columns to the table.
  6. Optionally, you can alter the table name, change the database (owner), or set comment for the table.
  7. Go to the Partitioning tab.
  8. In the Partitioning Type drop-down list, click Range.
  9. Select Partition columns.
  10. Add required partitions and set values for partitions’ bounds for all partition columns.
  11. Set tablespace names for partitions if required.
  12. Save the document.

Creating a List-Partitioned Table

  1. Click the New Database Object button on the Standard toolbar.
  2. Select the Table type in the dialog box.
  3. Input the table name.
  4. Click Create. If specified table name is unique, the table editor appears
  5. Add columns to the table.
  6. Optionally, you can alter the table name, change the database (owner), or set comment for the table.
  7. Go to the Partitioning tab.
  8. In the Partitioning Type drop-down list, click List.
  9. Select Partition columns.
  10. Add required partitions and set values for partitions’ bounds for all partition columns.
  11. Set tablespace names for partitions if required.
  12. Save the document.

Creating a Hash-Partitioned Table

  1. Click the New Database Object button on the Standard toolbar.
  2. Select the Table type in the dialog box.
  3. Input the table name.
  4. Click Create. If specified table name is unique, the table editor appears
  5. Add columns to the table.
  6. Optionally, you can alter the table name, change the database (owner), or set comment for the table.
  7. Go to the Partitioning tab.
  8. In the Partitioning Type drop-down list, click Hash.
  9. Select Partition columns.
  10. Add required partitions and set values for partitions’ bounds for all partition columns.
  11. Set tablespace names for partitions if required.
  12. Save the document.