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Visual FoxPro uses tables to store data in row and column format. These rows and columns are known as records and fields, respectively. Building databases also includes creating tables. When designing your database, you determined the items you needed in databases, such as tables, fields, and relationships, for your application. When you create tables, you make more specific choices concerning the details of those items, for example, data types, captions, and possible default values for each field, triggers for each table, and table indexes needed to establish relationships between tables.

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Creating Tables

Introduces tables and considerations for creating tables.
Managing Tables

Describes tasks for managing and working with tables.
Working with Fields

Introduces creating and working with fields in tables.
Working with Records

Introduces records, how to view them, and how to use them to store data in tables.
Working with Table Indexes

Explains how to control the order and increase the speed for processing records in tables by creating indexes.
Working with Validation Rules

Introduces validation rules for controlling data entered in database tables.
Trigger Usage

Gives a description of triggers and how they are used and points to topics on creating, modifying, removing, and deleting triggers.

Related Sections

Working with Data

Find out how to create effective applications with indexes, tables, and databases based on your data requirements.
Developing Databases

Describes how to use databases in Visual FoxPro to establish relationships between tables, enforce referential integrity, and manage local and remote data.
Importing and Exporting Data

Information is copied between Visual FoxPro and other applications by importing to and exporting from Visual FoxPro.

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