SQL Server :: Create Schema In Database?

Nov 8, 2010

how to create schema like below for my database... and why it usefull

dbo.Employees.LastName + ', N' +
dbo.Employees.FirstName AS [Full Name],
dbo.TimeSheets.TimeSheetCode, dbo.TimeSheets.Week1Monday,
dbo.TimeSheets.Week1Tuesday, dbo.TimeSheets.Week1Wednesday,
dbo.TimeSheets.Week1Thursday, dbo.TimeSheets.Week1Friday,
dbo.TimeSheets.Week1Saturday, dbo.TimeSheets.Week1Sunday,
dbo.TimeSheets.Week2Monday, dbo.TimeSheets.Week2Tuesday,
dbo.TimeSheets.Week2Wednesday, dbo.TimeSheets.Week2Thursday,
dbo.TimeSheets.Week2Friday, dbo.TimeSheets.Week2Saturday,
FROM dbo.Employees INNER JOIN dbo.TimeSheets

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Edit 1 (2010.01.12):

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