Click New on the File tab, and select Blank Database. In the File Name box, type a file name. Click Browse for a location to put your database (next to the File Name box) to change the file's location from the default. Browse to the new location, then click OK. Select Create from the drop-down menu.
Connect to the instance of Database Engine that contains the database to be changed in SSMS's Object Explorer. Expand the Databases node in Object Explorer, then expand the database that will contain the new table. Right-click your database's Tables node in Object Explorer, then select New Table.
Select SQL Server Services in the left pane of SQL Server Configuration Manager. Right-click SQL Server (MSSQLServer) or a specified instance in the results pane and choose Start, Stop, Pause, Resume, or Restart.
Oracle SQL Developer is available for download and installation. See Connect SQL Developer for further information.
Oracle SQL Developer must be configured.
Use Oracle SQL Developer to connect.
Use the create user statement to create a new user.
Give the new schema user particular permissions.
Check that the schema was created correctly.
As an administrator, open the MySQL Workbench (Right-click, Run as Admin). To construct the database schema, go to File>Create Schema. Click Apply after giving the schema a name. To perform the SQL command that creates the schema, click Apply in the Apply SQL Script to Database window.
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