A table contains a collection of rows and columns, where each row, or record, represents a geographic feature—such as a parcel, power pole, highway, or group of lakes—and each column, or field, describes a particular attribute of the geographic feature, such as its square footage, height, length, and area. Tables are typically stored in a database or simply in files such as dBASE tables. Tables manage the attributes of geographic features.
The Table tools create and evaluate tabular data from a variety of sources.
Updates database statistics of business tables, feature tables, and delta tables, along with the statistics of those tables' indexes.
Copies the rows of a table, table view, feature class, feature layer, or raster with attribute table to a new geodatabase, .csv, .txt, or .dbf table. If the table or feature layer has a selection, only the selected rows are copied to the output table.
Creates a geodatabase table, INFO, or dBASE table.
Creates an empty table in a database or enterprise geodatabase. The table is not registered with the geodatabase.
Deletes all or the selected subset of rows from the input.
Returns the total number of rows for a table.
Creates a table from the input table by reducing redundancy in records and flattening one-to-many relationships.
Removes all rows from a database table or feature class using truncate procedures in the database.