The Utility for database tables screen appears.
The parameters displayed here depend on the database system used. To find information about the meaning of the displayed parameters, select the parameter and press F1.
You can now enter values for the changeable parameters.
You can change only some storage parameters directly.
The changed settings are now active in the database.
For example, if you change the next extent size directly, the next table extent is created with the new size. This change has no effect on existing extents.
The table space in which the table lies cannot be changed directly. Such a change requires you to delete the table in the old table space and create a new one in the new tablespace.
You can also explicitly define which storage parameters must be used next time the table or an index of the table is created. For example, this may be necessary if you changed the technical settings of the table and want to make sure that these changed settings are used when the table is converted.
To do this, proceed as follows:
You can decide here if you want to use one of the following as a template:
If you create the table again in the database (for example, during a conversion), the system uses the parameters that you have entered.