- Ast Schema Node
- Ast Securable Node
- Ast Scope Boundary Node
This value specifies the database where the schema will be located. Note that the database will not affect generated code and exists solely to allow for multiple schemas with the same name. Server and Database connections are managed in generated code by the Connection. This is a required reference to an existing definiton.
Specifies the name of the object. This name can be used to reference this object from anywhere else in the program. This is a required property
Specifies a path that should be used for organizing the tree display of this object in the Logical View in BimlStudio.
Specifies the principal as the schema owner. Passed in as the value to the AUTHORIZATION statement on CREATE SCHEMA.
This specifies a file path fragment to use for emitting output files for this schema. It is most commonly employed to ensure that the output files for multiple schemas will be placed into the same output directory.
This is a collection of annotation items that can be used to specify documentation, tags, or other information. Annotations are particularly useful for storing information about nodes that can be used by BimlScript code.
This collection specifies the definition for one or more SSIS package containers that can be used to execute custom actions relevant to the creation of this schema. This is useful for creating schema-specific stored procedures, custom constraints, and other custom operations.