One of the first things you’ll want to do is open a new “session.” A session will allow you to interact with a database.
A session allows you to interact with a database.
I will not connect to “.\SQLEXPRESS” because our data resides with the “(local”)
You must do this after selecting “(local)” for the server.
The “Explorer” lets your browse the structure and data of your database.
Note that “BlogDB” has a variety of tables listed
A simple view is presented of the Blogs table
The point with Quadrant is the you can browse and edit any database without typing a query
Navigating to child tables is easy:
Now that the “Posts” table is visible, the data can be edited.
As explained previously, there are several view types. You can change the view by click on the down arrow in the upper right part of the window.
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