Section 2: Generating the Database Platform SQL — Interbase
1) Click on the Model Menu — Choose Generate Physical Data Model
2) You will get a warning now asking if you would like to proceed, Click Yes
3) You will now be presented with the Physical Data Model Generation Screen
In the above screen, you can give your Physical Data Model a name, The type of model, Relational in this case. When it comes to the Target Database Platform, we will be choosing InterBase XE3 as an example. We can leave the other settings as a default.In the next screen, you are presented with a list of options, that indicate which entities will be generated. Leave the defaults and just click Finish to generate the Physical Data Model
Final Section: Viewing the Physical Data Model SQL
In this final section, we view the generated SQL for our InterBase Database
Now as you can see on the left hand side a green icon — IBPDM (InterBase Physical Data Model) — This indicates that it is a Physical Data model
Expand the Tables Section and double click on the Dept table
You should be able to see the SQL Generated for our InterBase Database
You may now connect to your InterBase Database and run this SQL in the IBConsole SQL Editor
Finally, Congratulations! You have successfully converted a Logical Data Model to a Physical Data Model in ER/Studio Data Architect.
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