Add Routine Group icon in
Physical Schemata section of the
MySQL Model page adds a routine group with
the default name of
routines1. If a routine
group with this name already exists, the new routine group is
Adding a new routine group automatically opens the routine groups editor docked at the bottom of the application. For information about using the routine groups editor, see Section 22.214.171.124.3, “The Routine Group Editor”.
Right-clicking a routine group opens a pop-up menu with the following items:
Edit in New Window...
Copy SQL to Clipboard
The Edit Routine Group... item opens the routine group editor, which is described in Section 126.96.36.199.3, “The Routine Group Editor”.
The cut and paste items are useful for copying routine groups between different schemata.
Deleting a routine group from the
page removes the group but does not remove any routines
contained in that group.
Any routine groups added to the
Schemata also show up in the
Catalog palette on the right side of the
application. They may be added to an EER Digram by dragging and
dropping them from this palette.
To add routine groups to an EER Diagram, use the
Routine Groups tool on the vertical toolbar.
Make sure that the EER Diagram tab is
selected, then right-click the routine groups icon on the
vertical toolbar. The routine groups icon is immediately above
the lowest toolbar separator.
Clicking the mouse on this icon changes the mouse pointer to a routine group pointer. You can also change the mouse pointer to a routine pointer by pressing the G key.
Routine Group tool changes the
contents of the toolbar that appears immediately below the menu
bar. When the
Routine Groups pointer is
active, this toolbar contains a schemata list and a color chart
list. Use these lists to select the appropriate schema and color
accent for the new routine group. Make sure that you associate
the new routine group with a database. The color of your routine
group can be changed later using the
Create a routine group by clicking anywhere on the EER Diagram
canvas. This creates a new routine group with the default name
routines1. To revert to the default mouse
pointer, click the arrow icon at the top of the vertical
Right-clicking a routine group opens a pop-up menu. With the exception of the delete option and rename options, these menu options function as described in Section 188.8.131.52.1, “Adding Routine Groups to the Physical Schemata”. There is no rename option, and the behavior of the delete option is determined by your MySQL Workbench options settings. For more information, see Section 5.4.5, “The Model Tab”.
To invoke the routine group editor, double-click a routine group
object on the EER Diagram canvas or double-click a routine group
Physical Schemata section on the
MySQL Model page. This opens the routine
group editor docked at the bottom of the application.
Double-clicking the title bar undocks the editor. Do the same to
redock it. Any number of routine groups may be open at the same
time. Each additional routine group appears as a tab at the top
of the routine editor,
Routine group and Privileges tabs appear at the bottom of the routine editor. Navigate between different tabs using the mouse or from the keyboard by pressing Control+Alt+Tab.
Use the Routine Groups tab of the routine groups editor to perform the following tasks:
Rename the routine group using the Name field.
Add routines to the group by dragging and dropping them.
Add comments to the routine group.
The Privileges tab of the routine group editor functions in exactly the same way as the Privileges tab of the table editor. For more information, see Section 184.108.40.206.9, “The Privileges Tab”.
Privileges are available only in the Standard Edition of MySQL Workbench.
When you select a routine group on the EER Diagram canvas, its
properties are displayed in the
palette. All of the properties accessible from the
Properties palette apply to the appearance
of a routine group on the EER Diagram canvas.
For a list of properties accessible through the
Properties palette, see
Section 7.5.12, “The Properties Palette”.