Working with tables
In relational databases, a database object is a structure that is used to either store or reference data. Data in the table is stored in a cell that is an intersection of a vertical column and horizontal row. The table has a specified number of columns, but can have any number of rows. With AppCode, you can perform data manipulation and data definition operations with tables.
Code style for SQL
Change code style settings
Customize formatting rules for the SQL code: alignment, wrapping, and indentation.
Select all the necessary code style settings on the available tabs.
Create a code style for a dialect
Click the Gear icon (), and select Duplicate.
Type a name for a new style, and press ⏎.
Select all the necessary code style settings, and click Apply.
Configure code styles per data source
After you created a style for a dialect, you can apply this style to the data source that uses this dialect.
Right-click a data source and select Properties.
Click the Options tab.
In the Code style drop-down menu, select a style that you want to apply.
Apply the SQL style to a file from the context menu
You can format files from the context menu without opening them.
In the Files tool window ( ), right-click a directory and select Reformat Code.