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Each type of object has it's own special Object Editor in Database Workbench. These editors are database engine and version specific - so if you're using multiple database engines with Database Workbench, the editors may differ between them.


For a short introduction on the Object Editor user interface and layout of the editors in general, see Getting Started - Object Editors.


The Object Editors will also check for reserved keywords and SQL 92/99 standard keywords and depending on your database engine capabilities, it will issue a warning or an error, before sending the create statements to the server.


The following editors are available:


SQL Editor
Script Editor


The following Schema Object Editors are available:


Domain Editor
Table Editor
View Editor
Materialized View Editor
Stored Procedure Editor
Stored Function Editor
Package Editor or Stored Module Editor
Trigger Editor
Type Editor
Collection Type Editor
Index Editor
Constraint Editor
Sequence Editor or Generator Editor
Exception Editor
External Function Editor
Synonym Editor or Alias Editor
Java Source Editor
Enum Type Editor
Library Editor
Change View Subscription Editor


The following Database Objects Editors are available:

Assembly Editor
(Scheduled) Job Editor
Database Trigger Editor
Database Schema Editor
Tablespace Editor
Remote Server Editor


The following Security Object Editors are available:

Role Editor
User Editor
Group Editor
Login Policy Editor
Encryption Key Editor
LDAP Server Editor


The access to the editors depends on server brand and version.