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Database Design

Database Design

Database Design

(OP)
Does anyone know how to find the maximum records per table in a database, or how to view the size of tables in a database.
I know that the max size when designing table is 1G and the database size is 2G, I need to know if it is possible to get the table properties (rows,size)and how.

Thanks for your help
Juliet

RE: Database Design

Gosh...in Oracle isn't it SELECT COUNT * FROM T_MYTABLE..this will return the number of rows in the table.

In not now, when?
If not here, where?
If not us, who?

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RE: Database Design

(OP)
Thank you pivan, but that still does not answer my question.
From a designer's perspective, what are the specs for a database in regards to TABLE (MAX - records) or (MAX - size).  

For a table that is already designed and has data, how do you view the size of that particular table(bytes,KB,MB,Gig).

Thanks again.
Juliet

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