CREATE DATABASE DB1 SYSTEM USER PASSWORD "your password"
The above create statement will create a new database using the SYSTEM user. Once the database has been created, you can verify its status by executing the following SQL.
SELECT * FROM SYS.M_DATABASES
Take note of the ACTIVE_STATUS field, if the value for this field is NO, it means the database is not running and must be started. To the start the database, execute the following SQL statement.
ALTER SYSTEM START DATABASE DB1
You can now connect to the database using hdbsql or HANA Studio. For hdbsql, use the following command parameters.
hdbsql=> \c -n hostname:39013 -u SYSTEM -p password -d DB1
In HANA Studio, you will need to add a New System, select the Multiple containers mode and specify the tenant database name.
If Table Exists Function
In this article, I explain how to create a function to determine if a table exists in SAP HANA.31 October 2019 - 1096 views
Connect To HANA DB Using NodeJs
This article explains how to connect to a SAP HANA system using the Node HANA client library.28 October 2019 - 1469 views
Connect To HANA DB Using Python
This article explains how to connect to a SAP HANA system using the Python hdbcli package.11 October 2018 - 2998 views
Adding Auto Numbers To Table Columns
This article explains how to create an auto generated column using IDENTITY.14 March 2018 - 1388 views
Connecting To SAP HANA Using PHP ODBC
This article describes how to install and configure PHP odbc to connect to a SAP HANA system on Ubuntu 16.01 December 2017 - 3131 views
Connect To HANA DB Using Java
This article describes how to connect to a HANA DB system using the ngdbc.jar Java driver.03 November 2017 - 1971 views
Loading And Unloading Column Table Into And From Memory
This article explains how to load and unload a column table into and from memory.18 October 2017 - 1402 views