How do I find tables in Sybase?

How do I find tables in Sybase?

USE myDatabase; GO SELECT * FROM sys. objects WHERE type = ‘U’;

How do you get DDL of a table in Sybase?

Select one or more tables from the right pane and either:

  1. Click the arrow to the right of the name and select Generate DDL, or.
  2. From the Administration Console menu bar, select Resource > Generate DDL.

How can I get table column names and data types in Sybase?

You can use built-in procedure sp_columns. It will return all the table metadata including column name, data type, column length etc. for a given table.

How do I view table details in SQL Developer?

To view table data:

  1. In SQL Developer, search for a table as described in “Viewing Tables”.
  2. Select the table that contains the data.
  3. In the object pane, click the Data subtab.
  4. (Optional) Click a column name to sort the data by that column.
  5. (Optional) Click the SQL subtab to view the SQL statement that defines the table.

How do I get a list of all column names in SQL?

The following query will give the table’s column names:

  2. WHERE TABLE_NAME = ‘News’

What is Sp_help?

Sp_help is a system stored procedure that is similar to a ‘help’ command that is issued at a command prompt. This procedure is extremely useful in the database because almost any discreet object can be passed as a parameter in order to return back detailed information regarding the object.

Where can I find the table definition in Sybase?

Copies definitions for specified views, rules, defaults, triggers, or procedures from a database to an operating-system file or from an operating-system file to a database. Located in $SYBASE/OCS-/bin.

How are admin-queries used in Sybase system?

Sybase Admin – Queries. Listed below are queries / stored procedure calls that can be used to get information on Sybase objects such as tables, views, indexes, procedures, triggers, schemas, and users. Tables and Views. To get all tables, views, and system tables, the following Sybase system stored procedure can be executed.

How to return only system tables in Sybase?

To return only system tables, replace “‘TABLE'” with “‘SYSTEM TABLE'”. This is a query to get all Sybase owners. This is a query to get all Sybase procedures. This is a system stored procedure call to get the columns in a Sybase procedure. This is a query to get all Sybase triggers.

How to get table definition using SQL query?

I found the same script in SQL (answered by @Shnugo ): How I can get table definition in SQL SERVER 2008 R2 using SQL query? I searched all where but cannot get any script like this. I don’t want to create same as sql in sybase, as I am doing it right now. OK thanx I got the answer : There is a procedure which fetch the all tables’ ddl in database: