|[Table.Name]||Class||Specifies the name of the table for a class|
Defines the name of the table for storing records of this type. If omitted the class name will be used.
|[Column.Name]||Field||Specifies the name of the column a field should be mapped to|
|[Column.PrimaryKey]||Field||Defines a primary key field, optionally autoincremented|
|[Column.Size]||Field||The size (width) of a field in the database. Mostly used with string and decimal data types. The
|[Column.LargeText]||Field||Marks the field as a large text field (blob text)|
|[Column.Indexed(...)]||Field||Creates an index for this field, optionally specifying the name of the index, the sort order and the position of the field within that index|
|[Column.Null]||Field||Specifies that a field should be nullable in the database|
|[Column.NotNull]||Field||Specifies that a field should not be nullable in the database|
|[Column.Ignore]||Field||Does not map the field to a database field|
|[Relation]||Field||Mark a field as a relation|
Defines the name of the column in the database. If omitted, the field name will be used.
Defines the primary key field for the class. When used with
AutoIncrement=true, the primary key will be incremented for each inserted record in the database. AutoIncrement can be set to false to override behavior of the naming convention (see Naming Conventions)
More than one field can be marked as primary key. This will create a composite primary key for the table.
When any field in a class has this attribute, the automatic creation of a primary based on the naming convention will not applied.
Tells Iridium not to map the field to a column in the database. By default, every writable public field and property is mapped to a database field. Fields and properties that are read-only are never mapped to a table column.
Creates an index for the marked field. If no options are given, an index for this field only is created.
When any field in a class has this attribute, automatic indexes based on the naming convention will not be added.
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