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Create DBMS Tables

An DBMS Table represents a coherent policy specification within the context of its containing DBMS Schema. Table Tables can have contained subordinate DBMS Tables. This enables the specification of SubTyping where the root DBMS Table is the super type. The subordinate DBMS Tables can also represent a contains multiple sets of data such as Addresses, or Education within the overall DBMS Table Persons. The process to creating DBMS Tables includes:

  • Start the Operational Data Model Metabase System Module
  • Select the DBMS
  • Enter User Name and Password
  • Select the Menu Item, Table Schema and DBMS Tables, then the subordinate menu item, DBMS Table
  • Select a Table Schema
  • Press the Insert button
  • If the Table is to be a root DBMS Table, select “Hierachy” and
    • Press the Insert Button
    • Enter the Name, Local Definition, and Description of the DBMS Table
    • Press the Reset button
    • Press the AutoDef button to generate the definition
  • If the Table Table is to be a subordinate DBMS Table, select the containing DBMS Table and
    • Press the Insert Button
    • Enter the Name, Local Definition, and Description of the DBMS Table
    • Press the Reset button
    • Press the AutoDef button to generate the definition

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