Archive for September 3rd, 2012

Create a simple Database and Table with some data in SQL Server

This is ┬áfor my testing and re-blogging purpose, I just want to create a database┬átable and then insert few values. The reason I need this database, to create a BDC (Business Data Catalog) in SharePoint 2007. If anyone need to create a sample database then you can simply execute these scripts. ­čÖé

Step 1: Create a database

CREATE DATABASE Database1

Step 2: Create a Table

CREATE TABLE Table1(
Column1 int Primary Key NOT NULL,
Column2 varchar(10)
)

Step 3: Insert values into the table

INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (1, 'A')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (2, 'B')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (3, 'C')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (4, 'D')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (5, 'E')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (6, 'F')

That’s all, we will execute these two scripts (1 and then 2)

Script 1:

IF NOT EXISTS (SELECT name FROM master.dbo.sysdatabases WHERE name = N'Database1')
CREATE DATABASE Database1
GO

Script 2:

Use Database1
GO

IF NOT EXISTS (SELECT * FROM sys.objects WHERE object_id = OBJECT_ID(N'Table1'))
CREATE TABLE Table1(
Column1 int Primary Key NOT NULL,
Column2 varchar(10)
)
GO

INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (1, 'A')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (2, 'B')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (3, 'C')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (4, 'D')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (5, 'E')
INSERT INTO Table1 (Column1, Column2) VALUES (6, 'F')
GO

Copy and Paste these scripts in a Query Analyzer and execute from the menu or just press F5 to run the script!


Thanks. R./

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