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Insert Data into Tables and Optionality

Rob Doyle 4 years ago • updated by John Bonifas 4 years ago 3
I'm very new to relational databases and just getting my feet wet with oracle so my questions may seem obvious. I thought learning a data modelling tool may help me understand what has been a difficult subject.
I am trying to build a simple database in oracle of 12 tables and for example 1 table is customers. I have 10 different people I want to add to that table which would be done using insert in Oracle.
Can I add this data in Vertabelo or does it only create the columns?
Also can optionality be display in the relationships using broken lines like oracles notation?
Thanks
Rob

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You cannot store your data in Vertabelo. Here you create database structure only.

Vertabelo supports only "crow's feet" notation of references. There is a topic regarding other notations: http://support.vertabelo.com/topic/532861-how-do-i-change-notations/ Please upvote and/or comment it if you'd like it to be implemented.
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You cannot store your data in Vertabelo. Here you create database structure only.

Vertabelo supports only "crow's feet" notation of references. There is a topic regarding other notations: http://support.vertabelo.com/topic/532861-how-do-i-change-notations/ Please upvote and/or comment it if you'd like it to be implemented.
Then...is it possible to upload DDL and will Vertabelo then create a basic diagram from that?