Select Option D—DEFINE ALL—from the Define Table and View Screen (see Figure 84) to define a table.
Option D—DEFINE ALL— is equivalent to options 1, 2, and 3 combined. These three options prompt for all the parameters necessary to define a table. Key strokes are saved by executing these options in order—the system calculates some of the required values from previously specified information. For example, row size is calculated from the sum of all field sizes.
Option 4—-EDIT DISPLAY ORDER—allows you to change the display order of data.
Option 5—BROWSE VIEW—allows you to browse the different table definitions you have just created.
Option 6—CREATE ALTERNATE—allows you to create alternate definitions of the same table to give multiple Views of one table.
Option 7—RESTRUCTURE TABLE—enables you to restructure a Data Table.
Option 8—GENERATE COPYBOOK—generates a COBOL copybook.
Option 9—DEFINE M2M (many-to-many)—provides access to the M2M table where you can define the many-to-many table relationships.