Any TABLE defined in your DCT with an OPTION of DMCSkip will NOT be TAGGED in this list (as per the first entry in this screen shot)
(you can override this here with a double-click on the Table line) - like any other Table Tagging Untagging is done
Any Table using as NAME an SQL Reserved word will be renamed and this will be displayed onscreen (like in this example)
The ICON will be different to "catch your eye" and the list name will mention "<-- SQL RESERVED WORD Table will be renamed)"
Owner (encrypted Tables)
If some of your Tables have a DCT declared PASSWORD (owner) as in this screen shot, then you will be able in the "Owner" column - Edit In Place - to define it (they will be stored) - you can define it for one table and propagate to all others.
NOTE : The right-Click in the "owner" column ONLY works when the "Create Profiles" OPTION is checked.
Enter the password for the selected Table
NOTE : You can "propagate" to all other encrypted Tables (without a password already defined) by using the appropriate check box. If you have 3 tables using separate passwords and another set of 10 using a common one, define the first 3 ones then select the first of all "common" passwords and use the "propagate" option.
(all the passwords are stored)
Click on "Start Processing" to start parsing your DCTX and to create your NEW DCTX file.
Depending on the number of Tables, DMC will offer to iconize the IDE while it works
You have a setting ("Long tasks options") to define the number of Tables threshold above which DMC will detect a LONG TASK and start an iconized process.
OPTION : "Create Profiles" - This will be needed for the data Transfers (we recommend you check this option ONLY when you have parsed a first time the DCTX and CREATED a NEW DCT and made sure all is correct)
This OPTION will create ALL necessary Profiles used to TRANSFER your TPS DATA to the SQL Tables (under a NEW Project you will be able to "Run" in later)