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Creating a Database

Updated at: Jun 09, 2021 GMT+08:00


  1. In the database list of the Home page, click Create Database.

    Figure 1 Create Database

  2. On the displayed page, enter a database name and set information including recovery mode, compatibility level, and database read-only.

    • Recovery Mode: Full, indicating a full recovery for the database.
    • Compatibility Level: Multiple Microsoft SQL Server database versions are available. The compatibility varies with the database version. It is recommended that you select a later version.
    • Containment Type: The value can be None or Partial. Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (11.x) and later versions support the containment type.
    • Database Read-Only: The value can be False or True. If True is selected, a read-only database is created.
    • Allow Snapshot Isolation: The value can be False or True. Value True indicates that snapshots are isolated in emergent scenarios to protect the database data.
    • Database Files: By default, row database files and log database files can be added. You can also modify the initial and autogrowth sizes of existing database files if needed.

  3. Confirm the settings and click OK. The database you create appears in the database list.

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