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diff betweeb table and structure

Former Member
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diff betweeb table and structure

thnaks in advance

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Former Member
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Hi,

Tables will contain the phisical data, and the structures will not contain the data, these structures will contain the data only at runtime

Regards

Sudheer

Former Member
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hi

welcome to SDN.

both structure and table contains fields in a designed manner.

but, a table can store data in it, where as a structure cannot store data.

a structure can be used in other data-dictionary objects like structures, tables, tabletypes, etc; where as a table cannot be used in other dictionary objects.

thx

pavan

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Former Member
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Hi,

<b>Tables: It will store data and have the relation with the underlaying database

Has Primary key and foreign key</b>

Structure: It don't have data and no reelation with the database. No such keys<b></b>

Vasanth

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hi,

table : it can store any no of records...

stru : it can store only one value and it will be in runtime only.

reg,

S.Barane

sreeramkumar_madisetty
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Hi

Tables: It will store data and have the relation with the underlaying database

Has Primary key and foreign key

Structure: It don't have data and no reelation with the database.

No key fields like primary keys and secondary keys. It contains components.

Regards,

kumar

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Hi..

Tables(has key relationships)can hold data whereas structure has just fields in

it ( w/o keys ) and doesnt contain data .

Thanx .