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Toad Data Modeler 6.3 - User Guide

Introduction User Interface Models and Model Objects
Physical Data Model
About Physical Data Modeling Benefits of Physical Data Model Entity Relationship Diagram Objects Basic Database Design Advanced Database Design
Universal Data Model Logical Data Model Working with Model Objects Model Properties Model Statistics
Features and Tools
Application Variables Export/Import DDL Script Generation Graphics Model Actions Print Projects Reports Reverse Engineering Scripting and Customization SQL Templates Tips and Tricks Toad for Oracle Integration Toad Intelligence Central (TIC) Integration Tools Version Control
Options and Configuration Databases
Supported Databases Connection Types by Database DB2 UDB v. 8 (LUW) DB2 v. 9 (LUW) DB2 v. 9.5 (LUW) DB2 v. 9.7 (LUW) DB2 v. 10.1 (LUW) DB2 v. 10.5 (LUW) DB2 z/OS v. 9 DB2 z/OS v.10 DB2 z/OS v. 11 Greenplum 4.1 Greenplum 4.2 Ingres 9.3 Ingres 10.0 Microsoft Access 2000/2002/2003 Microsoft Access 2007/2010 Microsoft Azure SQL Database Microsoft Azure SQL Database V12 Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Microsoft SQL Server 2016 MySQL 5.0 MySQL 5.1 MySQL 5.5 MySQL 5.6 MySQL 5.7 Oracle 9i Oracle 10g Oracle 11g Release 1 Oracle 11g Release 2 Oracle 12c Release 1 Oracle 12c Release 2 PostgreSQL 8.1 PostgreSQL 8.2 PostgreSQL 8.3 PostgreSQL 8.4 PostgreSQL 9.0 PostgreSQL 9.1 PostgreSQL 9.2 PostgreSQL 9.3 PostgreSQL 9.4 PostgreSQL 9.5 SQLite 3.7 Sybase ASE 12.5 Sybase ASE 15 Sybase ASE 15.5 Sybase ASE 15.7 SAP ASE 16.0 Sybase IQ 15.2 Sybase SQL Anywhere 11 SAP SQL Anywhere 17 Teradata 13 Vertica Database 8.0
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Triggers

Triggers

Models and Model Objects > Physical Data Model > Advanced Database Design > Triggers

To add a trigger

In Entity Properties form, select the Triggers tab and click Add.

To edit a trigger

In Entity Properties form, Triggers tab, double-click the selected trigger or press Edit.

Example: Trigger Properties dialog (Oracle 10g db)

Option Description

Above the Object Navigator Box, you can see name of entity the trigger belongs to. If you click the button in top right-hand corner, the parent form will open (Entity Propertiesin this case).

General Tab

Description

Caption

Logical trigger name

Name

Physical trigger name

Schema

Schema selection box

Trigger Fire

Before, After (database dependent) - select a trigger fire.

Trigger Events

Delete, Insert, Update - select a trigger event.

Generate

Select to generate the trigger in final SQL (DDL) script (selected by default.)

Generate SQL Only

Select to generate the SQL code written in tab SQL only.

SQL Tab

Write SQL script for the trigger here.

About Templates

Notes Tab

Space for your notes on the trigger.

 

Example: Trigger Properties dialog | SQL tab (Oracle 10g db)

Note:

  • To copy a trigger, press CTRL and drag the trigger over the Triggers folder of a target entity in Model Explorer.
  • To move a trigger, drag it over the Triggers tab (folder) of a target entity in Model Explorer.
  • To delete a trigger, select it and click Delete on the Triggers tab in the Entity Properties form.

Permissions

Permissions

Models and Model Objects > Physical Data Model > Advanced Database Design > Permissions

In Toad Data Modeler, you can assign permissions to the following objects:

  • Entity
  • Attribute
  • User Data Type
  • View
  • Procedure
  • Schema
  • Users and User Groups.

This list is dependent on your current database platform and version. For example, some databases do not support assigning permissions to Users.

For every object, different permissions can be set (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE etc.), depending on current database platform.

Options for permissions are described in the following example. Permissions for attributes, user data types etc. are set in the Properties dialog of particular object | Permissions tab (e.g. Attribute Properties | Properties).

 

Add Permissions

To be able to add a Permission, it's necessary to define a User or User Group. In case you forget, Toad Data Modeler allows you to define them directly from any Permissions tab of a particular object - click Users or User Groups.

To add a permission for entity

In the Entity Properties form, select the Permissions tab and click Add.

Example: Creating permission for user SCOTT in Entity Properties form:

If you want to change the permission User or User Group, select the permission User (User Group) column, press F2 and choose from the list.

TIP: This kind of editing properties is usable anywhere in Toad Data Modeler. For more information, see Inplace Editor.

Permissions Tab

Description

User (User Group)

Name of user (group) that the permission has been assigned to.

Grantor

Name of user (group) that assigns the permission.

Permissions: SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, RULE, REFERENCES, TRIGGER

To edit a permission

In the Entity Properties form | Permissions  tab, double-click the selected permission or press Edit .

General Tab

Description

Permissions

List of all available permissions to a specific object.

Status

Shows if the particular permission has been assigned or not.

Unchanged - No change has been made.

Grant - Permission has been granted.

Deny - Permission has been denied. (E.g. in Microsoft SQL 2005 models.)

with Grant Option

Yes/No - Determines if the permission User (Group) can assign the permission to another User (Group).

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