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CREATE TABLE (ORDER_NUM ORDER_DATE CUST REP MFR PRODUCT QTY AMOUNT ORDERS INTEGER DATE INTEGER INTEGER, CHAR(3) CHAR(5) INTEGER DECIMAL(9,2) NOT NULL, NOT NULL, NOT NULL, NOT NOT NOT NOT NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL);
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The CREATE TABLE statement for a given table can vary slightly from one DBMS brand to another, because each DBMS supports its own set of data types and uses its own keywords to identify them in the column definitions. In addition, the SQL standard allows you to specify a domain instead of a data type within a column definition. (Domains are described in 11.) A domain is a specific collection of valid data values, which is defined within the database and assigned a name. The domain definition is based on one of the DBMS supported data types but performs additional data-value checking that restricts the legal values. For example, if this domain definition appeared in a SQL-compliant database:
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CREATE TABLE (OFFICE CITY REGION MGR TARGET SALES OFFICES VALID_OFFICE_ID VARCHAR(15) VARCHAR(10) INTEGER, DECIMAL(9,2), DECIMAL(9,2) NOT NULL, NOT NULL, NOT NULL, NOT NULL);
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and the DBMS would automatically check any newly inserted rows to ensure that their office numbers fall in the designated range. Domains are particularly effective when the same legal data value restrictions apply to many different columns within the database. In the sample database, office numbers appear in the OFFICES and the SALESREPS table, and the VALID_OFFICE_ID domain would be used to define the columns in both of these tables. A real-world database may have dozens or hundreds of such columns whose data is drawn from the same domain.
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The definition of each column within a table tells the DBMS whether the data for the column is allowed to be missing that is, whether the column is allowed to have a NULL value. In most of the major DBMS brands and in the SQL standard, the default is to allow missing data for a column. If the column must contain a legal data value for every row of a table, then its definition must include the NOT NULL clause. The Sybase ASE and Microsoft SQL Server DBMS products use the opposite convention, assuming that NULL values are not allowed unless the column is explicitly declared NULL or unless the default nullability mode defined for the database is set to allow NULLs by default. The SQL standard and many of the major SQL DBMS products support default values for columns. If a column has a default value, it is specified within the column definition. For example, here is a CREATE TABLE statement for the OFFICES table that specifies default values:
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CREATE TABLE (OFFICE CITY REGION MGR TARGET SALES OFFICES INTEGER VARCHAR(15) VARCHAR(10) INTEGER DECIMAL(9,2) DECIMAL(9,2) NOT NULL, NOT NULL, NOT NULL DEFAULT DEFAULT DEFAULT NOT NULL DEFAULT
'Eastern', 106, NULL, 0.00);
With this table definition, only the office number and the city need to be specified when you insert a new office. The region defaults to Eastern, the office manager to Sam Clark (employee number 106), the sales to zero, and the target to NULL. Note that the target would default to NULL even without the DEFAULT NULL specification.
Primary and Foreign Key Definitions
In addition to defining the columns of a table, the CREATE TABLE statement can identify a primary key for the table and for relationships to other tables in the database. The PRIMARY KEY and FOREIGN KEY clauses handle these functions. These clauses have been supported by the IBM SQL databases for some time and have been added to the ANSI/ISO specification. Most major SQL products support them. The PRIMARY KEY clause specifies the column or columns that form the primary key for the table. Recall from 4 that this column (or column combination) serves as a unique identifier for each row of the table. The DBMS automatically requires that the primary key value be unique in every row of the table. In addition, the column definition for every column in the primary key must specify that the column is NOT NULL. The FOREIGN KEY clause specifies a foreign key in the table and the relationship that it creates to another (parent) table in the database. The clause specifies The column or columns that form the foreign key, all of which are columns of the table being created. The table that is referenced by the foreign key. This is the parent table in the relationship; the table being defined is the child. An optional list of the column names in the parent table that are to be matched with the foreign key columns in the table being defined. If the column names are omitted, then column names identical to the foreign key columns must exist in the parent table. An optional name for the relationship. The name is not used in any SQL data manipulation statements, but it may appear in error messages and is required if you want to be able to drop the foreign key later. How the DBMS should treat a NULL value in one or more columns of the foreign key, when matching it against rows of the parent table. An optional delete rule for the relationship (CASCADE, SET NULL, SET DEFAULT, or NO ACTION as described in 11), which determines the action to take when a parent row is deleted. An optional update rule for the relationship as described in 11, which determines the action to take when part of the primary key in a parent row is updated. An optional check constraint, which restricts the data in the table so that its rows meet a specified search condition.
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